The Russian metal giant SUAL plans to build a new aluminum plant, BAZ-2, at a cost of over RUR19bn (around $625.4m) by 2010, SUAL's Senior Deputy President Vladimir Skornyakov reported today. According to him, production capacities of the new plant will amount to nearly 264,000 tons of primary aluminum a year. Moreover, SUAL intends to rebuild another aluminum plant BAZ-1, that will enhance its output to 82,000 tons of aluminum a year, a source in the company told RBC.
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