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Aluminum Corp. of China Ltd. engages in the enterprise of non-ferrous metals. It operates through the following business segments: Alumina, Primary Aluminum, Trading, Energy, and Corporate and Other. Read More The Alumina segment includes the mining and purchasing of bauxite and other raw materials, and production and sale of alumina as well as alumina-related products, such as alumina hydrate, alumina-based chemical products and gallium. The Primary Aluminum segment includes the procurement of alumina, other raw materials, supplemental materials and electrical power, the production and sale of primary aluminum and aluminum-related products, such as carbon products, aluminum alloy products and other electrolytic aluminum products. The Trading segment mainly engages in the trading of alumina, primary aluminum, other non-ferrous metal products, and crude fuels such as coal products, as well as supplemental materials to internal manufacturing plants and external customers. The Energy segment includes coal mining and power generation, including conventional coal-fire power generation and renewable energy generation such as wind power and photovoltaic power. The Corporate and Other segment refers to the corporate and other aluminum-related research, development, and other activities of the group. The company was founded on September 10, 2001 and is headquartered in Beijing, China.
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MOVES-China's Chalco promotes president to top job after chairman resigns
Beijing, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Aluminum Corp of China Ltd , known as Chalco, said on Thursday its chairman Yu Dehui had resigned and been replaced by the company’s president, Lu Dongliang.
METALS-Low stocks propel copper prices to 7-month high
* Copper stocks near 10-year lows * Demand in China tends to pick up in second quarter * GRAPHIC-2019 asset returns: tmsnrt.rs/2jvdmXl (Updates with closing prices, Chalco) By Pratima Desai LONDON, Feb 20 (Reuters) - Copper prices hit a seven month peak on Wednesday as the market worried about low stocks ahead of seasonally strong demand in top consumer China, while rising hopes of an end to the U.S.-China trade dispute also lent support. Benchmark copper on the London Metal Exchange ended 1.4 percent ...
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