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commodity has slowed considerably, which many are unsure whether or not the demand will rise again (Hook). In Shanghai, future prices are lower than current prices, which is not good for investment (Hook). China is also keeping huge inventories of copper, which can affect prices a great deal (Millis). Regardless, copper will still be needed for China’s future economic growth. (Millis) Sources
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Badkar, Mamta. “China is driving Copper prices to a 4-month high” Business Insider. (September 7, 2012) http://www.businessinsider.com/copper-futures-chart-2012-9 Bruno, Alessandro. “China is Changing the rules in the Potash Markets” ProEdge Wire. (October 23, 2012). http://proedgewire.com/potash-phosphate-intel/china-is-changing-the-rules-in-the- potash-markets/ Bruno, Alessandro. “Is a Potash Rebound Around the Corner?”. ProEdge Wire. (November 2, 2012). http://proedgewire.com/potash-phosphate-intel/potash-and-phosphate-weekly-is-a-potash- rebound-around-the-corner/ Hook, Leslie. “China copper demand is ‘robust’” Financial Times. (August 20, 2012). http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a0243316-f294-11e1-86e0-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2BNBfAHXn Millis, Richard. “China’s Copper Shenanigans” Mineweb. (October 12, 2012). http://www.mineweb.com/mineweb/view/mineweb/en/page36?oid=160140&sn=Detail
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