the more value-added. The trade-linked global aluminum cycle reveals that richer countries (e.g., North America and Europe) tend to take better advantage of aluminum’s increasing value
The value of aluminum embodied in products increases from mining to production and peaks at fabrication and manufacturing:
. Second, the more developed countries tend to have a substantial and increasing presence throughout the stages from aluminum production on, w
developing countries may be active in mining but are rarely involved in any significant way
Third, only a few major countries (e.g., U.S., Australia, Canada, Japan, Germany, Russia, China, Brazil, and India) have a near complete domestic industrial chain.
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