Posted November 17, 2018 06:53:59 A cheaper copper version of copper will likely result in a price drop, according to a report from Australian firm copperii.
Copperii, based in Melbourne, said that copper bromeides are less expensive than copper itself.
The price for copper ii brromeide fell to $1.15 per ounce from $1,250 in late February, according the company.
Its bromeise price was lower than the $1-per-pound price for the world’s largest copper producer, copper producer South Africa’s Lonmin.
Lonmin has been a major copper producer in South Africa, but its market share has shrunk to just 10 per cent of global production in 2016.
This is largely due to the country’s slow economy, with a huge shortage of copper.
A new copper mine is also coming online in the UK, which is expected to add to the demand for copper.
It’s a much cheaper option than the copper mined in the South African mines.
There are other factors to consider, too.
Copper bromeises are also less costly to process, according Copperii.
This means they’re more efficient than the more expensive bromeised copper, according that report.
That means it can be produced at lower cost than copper in the same grade.
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