Aluminum Industry in 1994

Case Solution

Kenneth Corts
Harvard Business School ()

After aluminum prices reached an all-time high of more than US $ 2,500 per tonne in 1988 and 1989, aluminum prices fell dramatically in the early 1990s when the former Soviet Union began to export large quantities. older metal. At the beginning of 1994, the price reached an all-time low (in real terms) and stands at US $ 1,110. The case includes data on global consumption by sector; an accompanying table contains detailed cost data for the world’s 157 foundries. Together, they enable a comprehensive supply and demand analysis that sheds light on price fluctuations in this industry. A rewritten version of a previous note.

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