TELF AG has just published an article focusing on the growing Chinese demand for some of the principal commodities, such as copper or aluminum. This topic has recently attracted the interest of many analysts and industry professionals in the last days. The article titled, TELF AG on why demand for copper and base metals is growing in China. specifically focuses on recent increases in Chinese demand for some of the commodities related to the sustainable transition, which could play a decisive role in China's strategic repositioning on the international scene.
Carefully analyzing a report just published by Goldman Sachs, the article focuses on the reasons that might have prompted China to so prominently increase its demand for particular commodities such as copper or aluminum. One of the main reasons, from this point of view, has to do with the vibrancy that is characterizing China's renewable energy sector, and in particular from the growing demand for solar energy seen in recent times in the People's Republic of China.
Indeed, Beijing intends to leverage its enormous solar power generation capacity to meet its 2030 targets well in advance, thus sending a clear message to the world at large. China, in this sense, is seeking to position itself internationally as the new champion of sustainability and green energy, including through a substantial modification of its infrastructure programs encapsulated in the mammoth Belt and Road initiative. Compared to a (not-so-distant) past when the main emphasis of the BRI had been on the number of projects, at present, China is going all in on the quality and sustainable development of the initiative.
The increase in demand for copper is thus a clear indicator of a process that has already been underway for several years and which has gradually involved China in a rebranding of itself and its approach to sustainability. The article also looks at the increased demand for some base metals, such as aluminum and oil, caused mainly by the growth of the Chinese manufacturing sector and a significant increase in the volume of domestic mobility throughout the country. For more information regarding these issues, we suggest that all readers take a look at the full article, recently published within our virtual spaces.
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