Turkish mini-mills cut domestic billet prices to elicit sales
May 04, 2012 | 07:06 AM
Turkish mini-mills have lowered their domestic billet prices to encourage local consumers to buy.
Demand for billet in the domestic market remains lacklustre due to a slowdown in demand for the finished product, rebar.
As a result, billet producers have cut prices this week to $625-635 exw for May....
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