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International Aluminium Institute

Current IAI membership represents over 60% of global bauxite, alumina and aluminium production. Since its foundation in 1972 (as the International Primary Aluminium Institute), the members of the IAI have been companies engaged in the production of bauxite, alumina, aluminium, the recycling of aluminium, or fabrication of aluminium or as joint venture partners in such. While the Institute works closely with the national and regional aluminium associations, with which it shares many members, the associations themselves are not members of the IAI.

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    • novembro 2017
      Fonte: International Aluminium Institute
      Carregamento por: Knoema
      Acesso em 21 novembro, 2017
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      Definitions: Primary aluminium is aluminium tapped from electrolytic cells or pots during the electrolytic reduction of metallurgical alumina (aluminium oxide). It thus excludes alloying additives and recycled aluminium. Primary aluminium production is defined as the quantity of primary aluminium produced in a defined period. It is the quantity of molten or liquid metal tapped from the pots and that is weighed before transfer to a holding furnace or before further processing. Source of Data: The data included in this IAI Statistical Report have been derived from voluntary reports of IAI Member and non-Member companies. Sources outside the industry or estimates are used for "Estimated Unreported" and "China" regions only. Data Aggregation: The IAI Statistical System is designed to meet the requirement that, in general, individual company data be included only within appropriately aggregated totals by declared geographical areas and not be reported separately. The declared geographical areas and the primary aluminium producing countries which fall in those areas are as follows: Africa: Cameroon, Egypt (12/1975-Present), Ghana, Mozambique (7/2000-Present), Nigeria (10/1997-Present), South Africa Asia (ex China): Azerbaijan*, Bahrain (1/1973-12/2009), India, Indonesia* (1/1973-12/1978), Indonesia (1/1979-Present), Iran (1/1973-6/1987), Iran*, Iran* (7/1987-12/1991), Iran (1/1992-12/1996), Japan, Kazakhstan (10/2007-Present), Malaysia*, North Korea*, Oman (6/2008-12/2009), Qatar (11/2009-12/2009), South Korea (1/1973-12/1992), Tadzhikistan* (1/1973-12/1996), Tadzhikistan (1/1997-Present), Taiwan (1/1973-4/1982), Turkey* (1/1975-2/1976), Turkey (3/1976-Present), United Arab Emirates (11/1979-12/2009) China: China (01/1999-present) Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC): Bahrain (1/2010-Present), Oman (1/2010-Present), Qatar (1/2010-Present), Saudi Arabia (1/2013), United Arab Emirates (1/2010-Present) North America: Canada, United States of America South America: Argentina, Brazil, Mexico (1/1973-12/2003), Suriname (1/1973-7/2001), Venezuela West Europe: Austria (1/1973-10/1992), France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland (1/1973-4/2006), United Kingdom East & Central Europe: Bosnia and Herzegovina* (1/1981-Present), Croatia*, German Democratic Republic* (1/1973-8/1990), Hungary* (1/1973-6/1991), Hungary (7/1991-1/2006), Hungary (7/1991-1/2006), Montenegro (6/2006-Present), Poland*, Romania*, Russian Federation* (1/1973-8/1994), Russian Federation (9/1994-Present), Serbia and Montenegro* (1/1973-12/1996), Serbia and Montenegro (1/1997-5/2006), Slovakia* (1/1975-12/1995), Slovakia (1/1996-Present), Slovenia* (1/1973-12/1995), Slovenia (1/1996-Present), Ukraine* (1/1973-12/1995), Ukraine (1/1996-Present) Oceania: Australia, New Zealand An asterisk indicates that primary aluminium production data were not reported to the IAI by the company or companies producing primary aluminium solely within that country; these constitute "Estimated Unreported", where data is available.