China's ferrous scrap, coking coal imports fall as iron ore rises
Sep 21, 2012 | 01:12 PM
SHANGHAI, China Chinas imports of raw materials were mixed in August, with ferrous scrap and coking coal both registering declines while the countrys intake of iron ore increased.
Chinese steelmakers imported 391,508 tonnes of ferrous scrap during the month, down 4.2 percent from July, according to Chinese customs data released Friday.....
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