Sept. scrap exports to China reach new high
Nov 09, 2006 | 11:50 AM
| Paul Schaffer
U.S. scrap metal exports in September receded a bit from the record dollar value set in August, but shipments to China inched upward to a new high.
An overview of steel and iron scrap, copper, brass and aluminum scrap puts the September grand total at $835 million as against a month-earlier $858 million and a year-earlier $476 million. The figures were released Thursday by the Commerce Department.....
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