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China's copper market 'cushioned' from electricity shocks

China’s copper industry is better placed than other base metals to ride out the electricity crunch, due to lower electricity costs and constrained demand, natural resources consultancy Wood Mackenzie said on Friday.

China's copper market 'cushioned' from electricity shocks China's copper market 'cushioned' from electricity shocks China's copper market 'cushioned' from electricity shocks China's copper market 'cushioned' from electricity shocks China's copper market 'cushioned' from electricity shocks

Copper cathodes

Electricity availability in China has plummeted since mid-2021, after Beijing began limiting supplies to high emitting industries in a bid to reduce emissions.