This report analyses the state of the aluminium market at the beginning of the 21st century, looking at the aftermath of the MoU and at trends and developments in the established and emerging market economies considering the changes and challenges faced by aluminium in its core automotive, packaging and building end-use sectors.
A clear and detailed analysis of the industry and its major markets
A survey of trends in mining, refining, processing, end-use and consumption
Unique industry and market forecasts
All those involved in or new to the industry and the financial advisory, analytical, and investment community internationally
Table of Contents
Executive summary; Historical background: 1990s and the MoU; The developed market economies; The developing market economies; Transport and aluminium; Packaging; Construction; Opposition to EU tariff barrier grows.
This report is written by Nnamdi Anyadike, who has many years' experience of reporting and analysing the international metals markets and their downstream sectors. He spent several years in Brussels working with a number of metals trade associations including the European Aluminium Association, Euromines and the International Steel Association.
He has written a number of market intelligence reports on the metals, plastics and packaging sectors for various industry associations and other media including the Financial Times. The former editor of numerous journals and trade newsletters, Nnamdi Anyadike is currently Consultant Editor of Aluminium World.