SMM brings special report on experts and industry players’ discussions on copper and aluminum prices during the late Seventh China Cu & Al Summit.
The 2012 (7th) Shanghai Copper & Aluminum Summit co-organized by SMM and Shanghai Nonferrous Metals Industry Association will be held from March 21-23 this year.
A head of Zhuhai Hongfan Non-ferrous Metals Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. said the company is operating at a loss.
Participants are more concerned about copper and aluminum price trends amid ongoing European debt crisis, tightening monetary policy in China and sluggish Chinese consumption.
According to the 12th Five-Year Plan for Aluminum Industry, China’s aluminum demand will grow by 8.6% annually during the 12th Five-Year Plan period, meaning aluminum may face serious oversupply.
General elections in a number of important economies, deepening of debt crisis in many countries and political turmoil will all exert strong effects on metal prices.
The 2012 China Copper & Aluminum Summit will bring together industry elite at home and abroad to jointly research the development trend of copper and aluminum industries in 2012.
Ba Shusong will present exclusive speeches on election of delegates to the 18th National Congress of the CPC, monetary policy trends, as well as the need of real economy on monetary policy.
Ba Shusong, Deputy Director of Financial Research Institute, Development Research Centre of the State Council, will deliver important speeches of macro environment for base metals industry.
Kong Qingying, General-Manager of China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC) will analyze base metals trends for 2012 from the macroeconomic front both at home and abroad.
Industry peers and experts will discuss this hot topic during the China Copper & Aluminum Summit to be held during March 21-23.
“Focus on What You Track” is the core of the 2012 Shanghai Copper & Aluminum Summit, which is to be held from March 21 to 23 this year.
For 2012, the conference content has been enriched for Asian investors through current topics that address their concerns and at the same time, encourage peer sharing with sophisticated global peers.
Asia Mining Congress- Asia’s largest and most influential forum for the mining sector- is back for its 8th year on March 26-30 2012.
Sponsored by the International Zinc Association, this event is the premier zinc industry-sponsored event in the world, and is now in its twenty-first year.
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