LONDON, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Tight supplies helped push many minor metals prices higher over the last week, and supplies are likely to be even shorter during the Chinese New Year holidays next month, traders said. Many mine workers in China take around two-weeks holiday over Chinese New Year in February. China is one of the world's top metals producers and the world's largest metals consumer. "We're ticking away but by the end of next week, there will be a lot of migrating people going ...
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