INTERVIEW-Hydro considers German aluminium output cuts


By Michael Hogan HAMBURG, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Hydro Aluminium, the German unit of Norwegian group Norsk Hydro , is facing a 25 percent fall in aluminium demand from the automobile industry and is considering production cuts, a senior executive said on Tuesday. Any output cuts could affect the giant 1.5 million tonne Alunorf plant in central Germany, one of the world's largest aluminium rolling mills, said Oliver Bell, the Norsk Hydro group's president of rolled products. Alunorf is ...

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