Nonferrous exports hit five-month low in July
Sep 19, 2005 | 08:59 AM
| Paul Schaffer
U.S. exports of nonferrous scrap in July were the lowest in five months but managed to stay above 160,000 short tons, a threshold never reached until March this year.China's receipts moved up from June, although they didn't quite match the record set in May. China (including Hong Kong) took 62 percent of the U.S. tonnage shipped overseas in July vs. 58 percent the previous month, accounting for 60 percent of the value vs. 58 percent in June.....
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