Brazil's iron ore exports to China fall 7% in April
May 08, 2012 | 04:32 AM
The slowdown in iron ore demand from China played a significant part in the 7.2% decline in Brazilian iron ore exports seen in April, according to customs data from the South American country.
The Chinese market imported 10.77 million tonnes of iron ore from Brazil last month, down by 23.6% from March when the volume reached 14.1 million tonnes, the data showed. ....
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