Tags for deep-sea ferrous scrap cargoes to Turkey move higher
Dec 21, 2007 | 07:21 AM
| Michael Marley
Prices for deep-sea shipments of ferrous scrap to Turkey have surged in the past 10 days, U.S. traders said.
Turkish steel mills are said to have paid $415 to $420 a tonne for a cargo of A3 scrap from a Baltic export yard, and the same price is likely to prevail for any new orders....
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