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Co-host Gregory Wittbecker

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Speaker Shankhadeep Mukherjee

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Speaker Eoin Dinsmore

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Experience CRU's weekly subscriber only webinar series. Join our live "ask the analyst" session for answers to your pressing market questions.

Date:  Recorded 5 August 2020

Theme: Demand recovery outside of China

With the ongoing global impact of coronavirus driving uncertainty and volatility, CRU's Aluminium team have hosted weekly subscriber only sessions to answer pressing market questions. This week only, we invite you to join the session for an exclusive subscriber experience.

During this week's session, Shankhadeep Mukherjee and Eoin Dinsmore will join our hosts Doug Hilderhoff and Greg Wittbecker to take questions on demand recovery outside of China, specifically in North America, India, and Asia. General aluminium market questions will also be taken similar to previous sessions.

CRU Aluminium Subscribers have on demand access to the a full library of previous sessions. The details are available within your aluminium subscription on CRU Online. View on demand now >

All others interested in viewing the session or another of our theme-specifc sessions may submit an inquiry below.

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Co-host Gregory Wittbecker

Senior Analyst View profile

Speaker Shankhadeep Mukherjee

Senior Analyst View profile

Speaker Eoin Dinsmore

Research Manager View profile

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