China ferro-alloys output up more than expected in March
Apr 13, 2012 | 08:04 AM
Chinas ferro-alloys output continued to increase in March, with higher-than-expected growth of 13.1% compared with February.
Daily output averaged 89,290 tpd in March, up 10,359 tpd from February, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. The monthly total of about 2.77 million tonnes was 14.1% higher compared with the February 2011. ....
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