Turkish ferrous buying prices stable, volume expected to rise
Nov 13, 2006 | 09:36 AM
Ferrous scrap prices paid by Turkish mills remain firm despite declining prices for their steel reinforcing bar.
Though little new business has been seen in the past week, some western European scrap exporters said Turkish mills will need to buy more scrap before the end of the year, but mills are reluctant to....
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