Brazil aluminum use seen rising 13 pct in 2011

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BRASILIA, April 27 (Reuters) - Brazilian consumption of aluminum products should rise around 13 percent from 2010's 1.3 million tonne total, the Brazilian Aluminum Association, ABAL, said on Wednesday. Production of aluminum cables and wires alone should rise 58.4 percent, the association said. Brazil ranked seventh among the world's top aluminum producers in 2010, turning out 1.54 million tonnes of primary aluminum. Domestic consumption in 2010 rose 29 percent, driven by economic ...

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