China H-beam prices continue to drop on lower demand
May 08, 2012 | 09:01 AM
H-beam prices in China fell again this week due to lower domestic and export demand.
In Shanghai, prices for 200mm x 200mm H-beam stood at 4,080-4,150 yuan ($646-657) per tonne on Tuesday May 8, down 20-50 yuan per tonne week-on-week and 50-70 yuan lower than a month ago.
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