China’s market regulator released new standards for copper and aluminium scrap import on Sunday.
- The new standard set for minimum 99.9 per cent to 94 per cent of copper content, depending upon the type of scrap.
- The new standard, which would take effect from 1 July 2020 raises concern among metal exporter over improved quality.
- China is consistently bolstering its environmental crackdown on imports waste, with a current target of zero by 2020.
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