How to avoid over-priced aluminium ore in the UK

It’s a question that has plagued mining companies for decades, but this week the British government has finally brought the issue of aluminium ore pricing back into focus.

The government says it will increase the price of aluminium in the country’s economy, but the price has already been a hot topic on social media.

“In the past month, aluminium ore prices have risen from around £3 to over £5 a tonne,” a spokesperson for the Ministry of Energy and Climate Change told Business Insider.

The price of the metal is set by a system called the UK Metals Exchange (UKME), which is owned by the UK government.

The system allows miners to sell their raw ore to companies who then extract the metal.

The UKME then sells the metal to foreign companies, which are paid the metal’s price.

When that metal is shipped overseas, the metal goes to a separate company called the Exim Bank.

Exim banks can then sell the metal at inflated prices.

The Exim system is supposed to be a way for the UK to control the price and ensure that miners pay the correct price to the UK taxpayer.

However, critics say that the Exom Bank is often run by people who have been involved in other industries, including mining, and are not fit for the job.

The metal that is mined in the US, Canada, and Australia is priced differently, and the price is higher than in the British Isles, according to The Economist.

This makes it harder for companies to make profit.

And the price in the United States, Canada and Australia has been increasing since 2014, according the Government Accountability Office.

It also means that the UK’s aluminium price has gone up by £3.75 a tonnes, according Reuters.

But some miners have argued that the price increase is not enough.

“The government has made the right decision to raise the price,” one miner told Business Insider, adding that he thinks the price will eventually increase again, but he does not expect it to be for very long.

“I do not think we are going to see a rise of any significant amount, and it is unlikely that this will have a major impact on the business,” he said.

The Government Accountability office also warned that the rate of inflation will continue to be high, which means that miners may have to increase their prices, as well.

It is not clear whether miners are paying too much for the metal, which can be priced at $20 a ton.