Brazil scrap exports stabilize as local demand improves
May 15, 2013 | 08:33 AM
| Juan Weik
SÃO PAULO Brazilian ferrous scrap exports have stabilized in April compared with the same month last year following 12 consecutive monthly rises amid an improvement in the domestic long steel product market.
Exports totaled 39,421 tonnes last month, down slightly from the 39,668 tonnes in April 2012, according to figures from Brazilian foreign trade ministry MDIC.....
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