US aluminum imports grow due to aging mills: analyst
Jun 20, 2013 | 06:43 PM
| Everdeen Mason
NEW YORK U.S. aluminum imports are growing as domestic mills become too old to compete with foreign mills, Metal Bulletin Research analyst Kamil Wlazly said June 20 at AMMs Aluminum Summit.
"We can see the increased imports of foil to the U.S. because as foil mills are aging they are increasingly uncompetitive in global markets, and we expect that to continue," Wlazly said.....
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