China needs a consistent scrap import policy Stein
Nov 09, 2010 | 12:04 PM
China should ensure its import policies on scrap metals are consistent and transparent if it wants to secure long-term business with the best suppliers, according to Robert Stein, president of the nonferrous metals division of the Brussels-based Bureau of International Recycling (BIR).
"I know that perhaps the single most important issue for us all when shipping our secondary raw materials to China is the level of consistency we encounter with regard to policy enforcement," he told delegates at the 10th Secondary Metals International Forum in Ningbo.....
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