Brazilian pig iron export prices up on renewed interest from USA
Dec 16, 2011 | 08:20 AM
Brazilian pig iron export prices have increased this week on the back of renewed interest from the North American steel market, sources told Metal Bulletin.
A 70,000-tonne cargo from merchant pig-iron makers in Brazils northern region of Carajás was sold late on Thursday to a US mill at nearly $490 per tonne cfr, which equates to around $475 per tonne fob. ....
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