CHINA STEEL WRAP: Seasonal slowdown sees mills cut prices
Dec 13, 2011 | 03:31 AM
China’s longs steel market sagged on Tuesday as Chinese steel mills cut prices again on slow sales.
Four more steel makers announced price decrease on Tuesday after eleven steel mills reduced rebar and wire rod ex-works priced by 20-120 yuan ($3-18) per tonne on....
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