At Present, The World's Exporters Of Bauxite Mainly Include Australia, Brazil, Guinea, India, Malaysia, And Ghana
At present, the world's exporters of bauxite mainly include Australia, Brazil, Guinea, India, Malaysia, and Ghana, among which the bauxite mines in Guinea and Malaysia are basically exported. According to the statistics of the United Nations Commodity Trade Database, the total amount of bauxite exported in the world in 2016 was 51.78 million tons, which accounted for 27% of the world's production. Australia, Guinea, and Malaysia accounted for the top three export volumes. Guinea, Australia, and Brazil were all bauxite. The top three recoverable reserves in the country, the total recoverable reserves accounted for about 58% of the world.