Prosperity reappears: The copper mine has once again ushered in the "golden period"
As the world's largest copper consumer market, China consumes about 50% of the world's copper resources. A data released by the General Administration of Customs recently caused a lot of attention. Data show that China's imports of copper ore and concentrates totaled 1,601,311 tons in March, down 1.6% year-on-year. Among them, Peru surpassed Chile for the third consecutive month and became China's largest importer of copper ore. The import volume was 46,2012 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 7.53%. China imported 389,314 tons of copper from Chile in March, a slight increase of 0.74% year-on-year.