NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- As developing nations continue to prosper, grow and decouple from the Western world, the demand for certain alloying metals is likely to surge and drive up their prices.There is a direct correlation with the demand for alloying metals and economic growth. In general, as economies grow, they consume and, hence, demand more alloying metals. Some of these metals, like aluminum, iron and copper are invaluable for building a modern economy due to their roles in the construction of key infrastructure.
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