Renewed strength for copper, nickel

After looking at estimated relative metal price performances for 2004, copper looks to be the strongest, and we believe there are strong fundamental reasons for an aggressive annual average cash price forecast of US$2,238 per tonne (US101.5 per lb.) for...

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