Malaysia was the largest supplier of alloy to China in 2021

Malaysia was the largest supplier of alloy, shipping 321,000 tonnes. The country has become a major recycling and processing hub, a shift in global "scrap" flows that has generated a step-change in China's imports of alloy.(File pic shows aluminum storage at Port Klang Malaysia)

LONDON: China imported a record amount of primary and alloy aluminium in 2021, the world's largest producer tapping the international market for the second consecutive year.

Imports of refined nickel doubled year-on-year and the country continued to step up purchases of a widening range of nickel raw materials.

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