March 22 (Reuters) – The world’s refined copper market had a 103,000 tonne surplus in January, in contrast with a ten,000 tonnes surplus the earlier month, the Worldwide Copper Research Group (ICSG) stated in its newest month-to-month bulletin.
World refined copper output was 2.27 million tonnes and consumption was 2.16 million tonnes, the ICSG stated on Wednesday.
Reporting by Swati Verma in Bengaluru
Enhancing by David Goodman
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