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The impact of the pandemic has done little to soften demand for copper as China, the largest buyer of the metal, extends its speedy recovery.   © AP
Market Spotlight

China and green energy drive copper prices to record high

Shares in Asian miners and nonferrous producers surge despite supply concerns

RURIKA IMAHASHI and JADA NAGUMO, Nikkei staff writers | China

TOKYO -- Analysts are predicting "Dr. Copper" will go on a sustained rally as the China-led global economy shows signs of climbing out of the coronavirus slump, though some long-term investors are adamant about staying away.

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