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Rusal aims for more sales of low-carbon aluminum in Asia

Russian producer plans to use decarbonization push to grab market share

Rusal's plant, which produces aluminum products in East Siberia. (Photo courtesy of Rusal)

MOSCOW -- Russia's Rusal, one of the world's largest aluminum producers, is expanding sales of low-carbon products in Japan and other parts of Asia.

In addition to signing a preferential supply contract with Kosei Aluminum, an auto parts maker in the city of Toyota, in central Japan, Rusal has agreed to supply aluminum to a Taiwanese aluminum alloy maker. The company will soon start up a new plant in Eastern Siberia, and it aims to grow its market share as global decarbonization efforts move ahead.

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