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US scrutiny, market fears take shine off China aluminum

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Aluminum ingots are piled up at a bonded storage area at the Dagang Terminal of Qingdao Port, in Shandong province, China.   © Reuters

BANGKOK -- A U.S. trade investigation into aluminum pricing will shine another spotlight on China's massive production of the metal when it hears from senior Chinese industry officials in Washington on Sep. 29. The hearings, by the U.S. International Trade Commission, underscore fears among international aluminum producers and users of China's market dominance.

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