China's iron ore imports slide 0.8% in July on weaker demand
Aug 10, 2012 | 01:07 PM
SHANGHAI, China Chinas iron ore imports hit their second-lowest level of the year in July, and are likely to fall further amid a downturn in demand from steel mills.
Iron ore prices have been falling steadily since late April, along with a deepening slump in Chinas steel market. This has resulted in poor iron ore demand that is expected to extend into at least August.....
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