* Additive metals bought from domestic market to be taxed -sources * To slap taxes on additives such as silicon, magnesium, zinc By Polly Yam HONG KONG, June 30 (Reuters) - China may impose export taxes on aluminium alloy additives such as silicon, magnesium and zinc purchased in the domestic market, in a move that could lead to new taxes on other alloys containing base and minor metals, industry sources said. Exports of unwrought aluminium alloy such as grade ADC12, which trades on ...
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