Turkey's return to mart could come at a price
Sep 02, 2005 | 09:50 AM
| Ben Garside
Turkish buyers might have to pay higher prices for ferrous scrap from Europe this week as they prepare to re-enter the market, sources said.Western European exporters reported little business in recent days, in part because of tight supply, although there were reports last week that one Belgian exporter booked orders from a Turkish steelmaker for two cargoes of a 60-40 mix of No. 1 and No. 2 heavy melting steel at $241 to $242 per tonne f.o.b.....
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