An Australian think-tank’s report predicting a gradual increase in global aluminum prices in the year’s second half also serves as a preview of how soon and at what pace world economies are expected to regain their footing from the current recession. The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics says global aluminum prices are expected to increase gradually to average $1,590 a tonne in the second half, as signs of economic recovery become more pronounced and consumers ...

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