CHINA STEEL WRAP: Chinese rebar prices continue to rise
Apr 05, 2012 | 04:23 AM
Chinese spot rebar prices continue to increase on Thursday April 5 as steel mills raised ex-works prices again.
In Shanghai, rebar was changing hands at 4,040-4,260 yuan ($640-675) per tonne, up 10-20 from last Sunday, the last working day before a three-day national holiday in China.
In Beijing spot rebar prices stood....
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