Iran produced 231,000 tons of copper cathode during the ten-month period to register an increase of 13% compared with last year’s corresponding time span.
The country’s cathode copper production reached 24,568 tons during the 10th month (December 21, 2020 – January 20, 2021), indicating a 56% jump year on year.
The total production of the copper cathode is envisaged to pass 280,000 tons by the end of the current fiscal (March 20), which is 12$ higher than that of a year before.
Major Iranian companies also produced 292,715 tons of copper anode during the ten months under review, up 19% year on year.
The production of copper anode reached 29,643 tons during the 10th month, showing a 41% hike compared with the corresponding month of the last year.
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