Steel imports inch higher in November
Dec 31, 2012 | 01:18 PM
NEW YORK U.S. steel imports increased slightly in November on the back of stronger shipments of semifinished products and cold-rolled sheet.
More than 2.41 million tonnes of steel arrived at U.S. ports in November, according to preliminary data released by the U.S. Census Bureau, a 2-percent rise from October and a 25.4-percent spike from imports in November 2011. Carbon and alloy steel imports of 2.32 million tonnes were up 2.1 percent from October....
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