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Chief Executive Officer, CRU China View profile

Speaker Paul Butterworth

Research Manager, Steel Raw Materials and Steel Costs View profile

Speaker Wan Ling

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CRU's Hong Kong Mining and Metals Briefing will be held during LME Week Asia on Wednesday 16 May and we would be delighted for you and your colleagues to join us.

The event is free to attend and will take place at 10.30-13.00 at the Hong Kong Exchange Connect Hall, Zone 3, 1st Floor, One and Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong.

The briefing is entitled 'Commodity price cycle: nearing the peak or more upside potential?'. CRU's experts from Beijing and London will examine the case for and against continued price strength to address the key questions facing the mining and metals sector:

Can metals prices continue their recent highs?
What will be the key drivers?
What is the role of China?
What about new market disrupters?
What are the risks?
Which markets will be the winners and losers, and why?

The timetable for the event is as follows:

10.30-11.00 - Registration and networking
11.00-12.30 - Presentations and Q&A session
12.30-13.00 - Drinks and networking

If you and your colleagues would like to attend CRU's Hong Kong Mining and Metals Briefing, please register your names on the link below to guarantee your places on the day.

 

Speaker John Johnson

Chief Executive Officer, CRU China View profile

Speaker Paul Butterworth

Research Manager, Steel Raw Materials and Steel Costs View profile

Speaker Wan Ling

Principal Consultant, Aluminium and Assistant Chief Representative View profile

Speaker Helen O'Cleary

Senior Analyst View profile

Speaker Mengjie Wu

Analyst View profile

Speaker Alice Yu

Consultant View profile

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