CIS-origin pig iron May production prices edge higher
May 03, 2012 | 11:57 AM
CIS-origin pig iron prices edged slightly higher within established ranges this week amid weak European demand.
Basic low-manganese pig iron of Russian origin was assessed at $485-490 per tonne fob Baltic ports.
Pig iron produced in Ukraine was quoted at prices of $450-455 per tonne fob Black Sea ports, up from $440-450 a week....
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