China's stainless exports said on course to climb in March
Jan 26, 2011 | 11:36 AM
China's exports of flat stainless steel products are expected to remain largely steady through next month but are poised for a significant jump in March, market sources said.
"Export demand in October, November and December was not generally very good as China's stainless steel prices were higher than overseas levels," an exporter in China's eastern coastal province of Shandong told AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin. "But from early January, inquiries started increasing as strong nickel prices make overseas customers feel positive about stainless prices, so I....
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