LONDON, Jan 22- What is the sound of one hand clapping? The one hand clapping is that of the non- China world, where producer discipline has tamed supply sufficiently to drag the market into a state of deficit. The Shanghai aluminium price is accordingly bombed out to the point that at least half of the country's total operating capacity is running at a loss, according...» Read More
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