Alcoa trims its aluminum demand outlook for China


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  • Wednesday, 11 Apr 2012

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Alcoa Inc. said on Tuesday it lowered by 1 percentage point its outlook for China's aluminum consumption growth in 2012, but kept its forecast for global demand growth at 7 percent.

In 2011, global primary aluminum use grew by 10 percent.

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