First, the growth rate of ten kinds of non-ferrous metals has accelerated. In the first four months of 2015, the output of ten non-ferrous metals was 16.30 million tons, an increase of 8.31% year-on-year. The growth rate was 0.6 percentage points higher than the first quarter of this year. Among them, refined copper was 2,438,500 tons, an increase of 11.87%; primary aluminum was 1,098,800 tons, an increase of 8.82%; zinc was 1,981,800 tons, an increase of 13.59%.
2. The output of six concentrates of enterprises above designated size continued to decline, and the decline was increased. From January to April 2015, the content of six concentrate metals in the above-scale enterprises was 2,634,700 tons, down 9.37% year-on-year, a decrease of 6.74 percentage points over the same period of last year. , an increase of 0.9 percentage points over the first quarter of this year. Among them, the copper metal content was 523,300 tons, down 2.80%, the lead metal content was 638,800 tons, down 14.25%, the zinc metal content was 1,354,300 tons, down 10.55%, and the nickel metal content was 29,900 tons, down 1.73% year-on-year. The tin metal content was 52,500 tons, up 16.47% year-on-year, and the base metal content was 36,200 tons, up 4.54% year-on-year. In April 2015, the average daily output of six kinds of concentrate metal content was 27,000 tons, down 5.08% year-on-year.
3. The output of copper and aluminum processed materials increased steadily, and the growth rate slowed down. From January to April 2015, copper production reached 5.384 million tons, an increase of 4.33% year-on-year, and the growth rate dropped by 16.16 percentage points over the same period of last year. The output of aluminum products was 15.521 million tons, an increase of 12.29% year-on-year, and the growth rate dropped by 6.15 percentage points over the same period of last year.