By Angus Chuang TAIPEI, July 24 (Reuters) - Taiwan's aluminium market was seeing a supply shortage as downstream clients replenished stocks ahead of the island's peak manufacturing period in the second half of the year. Traders said on Wednesday that there had been talk some suppliers were delaying shipments to long-term customers or turning down requests to increase contract volume, reflecting supply difficulties faced by producers and trading houses. "This is a rare phenomenon. No ...
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