Nonferrous exports ease 3.1% in Sept.
Nov 15, 2004 | 10:35 AM
| Paul Schaffer
U.S. nonferrous scrap exports remained strong in September despite a 3.1-percent dip from August.Copper and brass exports, which comprise the largest category, slid 7.3 percent, while aluminum scrap provided a partial offset with a 4-percent rise. The other nonferrous scrap metals were all below August's levels.....
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