Russian production cutbacks fail to raise CIS pig iron prices

Apr 12, 2012 | 11:49 AM |

Holiday absences across Asia and Europe over the past week have seen CIS-origin pig iron prices remain static for a third consecutive week, despite confirmed production cutbacks by Russian producers. Basic low-manganese pig iron of Russian origin was assessed at $490-495 per tonne fob Baltic ports this week. Pig iron produced in the....





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