The Australian Bureau of Agriculture and Resource Economics sees the global auto industry and housing construction leading the world out of its economic crisis. In a review of the global aluminum market as part of its quarterly commodities report, the government’s economic-research agency says prices are expected to remain weak through 2009, as aluminum stocks increase in line with declining demand for aluminum-intensive products such as building materials and motor-vehicle bodies. ...
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