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GlobalData: Global bauxite output expected to slightly shrink in 2020

Thursday, Jan 07, 2021

   The UK data analytics and consulting company GlobalData expected that global bauxite output will slightly shrink by 0.1% to 344 million tons in 2020 as the temporary suspension at mines caused by the COVID-19 epidemic had no impact on bauxite supply.

  Among them, Australia’s bauxite output will have a year-on-year increase of 1.9% to 107 million tons in 2020, accounting for roughly a third of the total output in the world.
  According to the latest World Bank ranking, Guinea has moved forward to the second-largest bauxite producer in the world, after Australia, and China ranked third.

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