Chinese pig iron tags inch higher on tight supply as BF mills face shutdown
Sep 02, 2010 | 11:09 AM
Chinese pig iron prices have received a boost from tight supply and the threat of blast furnace shutdowns.
In northern China's Hebei province, pig iron deliveries to steel mills rose to 3,330 to 3,350 yuan ($488 to $491) per tonne on Thursday, up 30 yuan ($4.40) from Wednesday.....
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