Aluminum is a metal with a high melting point of 875 °C, which makes it ideal for making alloys and plastics.
Aluminum is one of the most valuable elements in the world.
However, it is also extremely expensive, costing more than $20 per gram.
The price is mostly driven by supply and demand.
Demand for aluminum is so strong that the price per gram of aluminum is around $4.70, according to the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
The average price per kg of aluminum in 2013 was around $3.10.
As the metal’s price has risen, the demand has outstripped the supply.
But how much aluminum does the world actually need?
A study published in January by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley and the University at Buffalo showed that only about 4 percent of the world’s aluminum production comes from North America, according the Los Angeles Times.
In China, where there are nearly a million factories producing aluminum, the majority of the ore comes from the country.
According to the study, only 5 percent of aluminum produced in the United States comes from other countries.
The United States consumes more aluminum than any other country.
That’s because it imports almost all the aluminum it needs, according Toensing.
As demand for aluminum grows, there’s also more aluminum being mined.
The aluminum mined in the U.S. is more expensive than the aluminum mined from the rest of the globe.
The amount of aluminum mined by China, India, and other developing countries is about half that of the U, and the price of aluminum has also been rising, Toensing said.
This makes the supply of aluminum less and less competitive.
This is a problem for aluminum makers like Barrick Gold, because aluminum mining is the fastest-growing part of their business, Toying said.
Barrick also has an aluminum ore processing plant in Pennsylvania, but it’s not producing much aluminum at the moment, because it’s so expensive, Touing said.
It’s only a matter of time before the U of C. has to import aluminum from China to meet its demand.