In a bid to curb the growing global supply of aluminum, India is cracking down on mining companies.
The country’s government announced in November that the country’s metal mining industry, which is dominated by gold mining, would be suspended by July, which means that the gold and silver reserves would be depleted by July.
The government says the ban will take effect in three phases: July 1, July 4 and July 12.
The first phase will involve the suspension of mining operations by the metal-mining companies.
The second phase will see a total of seven suspended companies.
It will then take effect on July 12, with the last suspended company to continue operations.
The metal-miners who have been affected by the ban include the Agni Aluminum Corporation (AIC), Agni Gold Mining Company (AGMC), Agneco Metal Mines Limited (AGML) and Aluminium Diamond Plate Corporation (ADP).
The metal mines will be shut down after the first two phases, with operations suspended for the third phase.
Aluminum is an important metal used in a wide range of industries.
It is used in high-tech products such as aerospace, electric vehicles and aerospace-related materials.
Aluminum is used for the construction of aerospace components.
Aluminium is also used in some medicines.
The aluminum shortage in the world’s largest producer of aluminum has been growing.
The United Nations says that the global aluminum market has increased by about 300 million tonnes since the beginning of the year.