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Economy

Trump's aluminum tariffs push metal's price down in Asia

Supply-demand balance eases in region while Americans feel sting of trade war

Aluminum prices have shot up in the U.S., while other countries have seen ingot prices dip.

TOKYO -- The aluminum sector has undergone significant change as the U.S.-triggered trade war shakes global markets, easing Asia's supply-demand balance and sending prices for the metal lower in the region.

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