Prices for minerals and energy commodities are strengthening, supported by the improved outlook for world economic growth, strong import demand from China and production cuts that occurred in late 2008 and early 2009, a new report says. The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics says in its quarterly report the continued weakness of the U.S. dollar is another reason. “Continued demand in China has been a major driver behind increasing minerals and energy commodity ...
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