* China copper demand weak with fewer orders for fabricators * 60,000 T of copper may be stored in Shanghai, 300,000 T nationwide By Polly Yam HONG KONG, May 27 (Reuters) - Rising inventories of copper and slimming orderbooks for fabricators are the strongest evidence yet that demand from China, the world's top consumer of the metal, is slowing. In addition, a collapse in the premium for Shanghai copper versus material on the London Metal Exchange following three months of record ...
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