Europe growing dependent on imports, says Eurometaux
Oct 18, 2012 | 01:07 PM
BRUSSELS The European Union has grown dependent on imports even for basic commodities, such as zinc, aluminum and copper, the head of nonferrous metals lobbying group Eurometaux said in an exclusive interview with AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin.
Europe is expected to import more than 50 percent of these commodities in 2013, according to Guy Thiran, secretary general of the Brussels-based organization.....
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