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Rising copper prices reflect surging Chinese demand

US-China trade cease-fire helps push metal to 7-month high

TOKYO -- China's copper imports surged in November, pushing up prices for the metal as trade tensions between Washington and Beijing begin to ease.

Benchmark three-month copper futures briefly hit a seven-month high of $6,216 per ton on the London Metal Exchange on Dec. 13.

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