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China growth target offers ballast for metals bull run

China’s decision to restore its annual economic growth target – setting it at more than 6% for this year - bodes well for the metals complex, with copper and aluminium tipped to extent their hot streaks in the world’s second-biggest economy.

Shi Weijun
Beijing's Great Hall of the People is home to the National People's Congress

Beijing's Great Hall of the People is home to the National People's Congress

In a speech delivering China's annual work report on Friday, Premier Li Keqiang said China would vie for at least 6% GDP growth in 2021, putting to rest speculation that Beijing would not announce an economic...

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