China is said to be considering selling 500,000 tons of aluminum from state reserves. The Bloomberg news agency reported this, citing a source said to be familiar with the plans. On Tuesday, prices for the most heavily traded aluminum contract fell six percent to ¥16,480 ($2531) a ton on the Shanghai Futures Exchange.
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