China’s ferrochrome imports drop sharply
Jun 21, 2013 | 12:05 PM
SHANGHAI Chinas imports of high-carbon ferrochrome fell in May to their lowest level since September as domestic market prices remained decoupled from the international market.
Inbound shipments of high-carbon ferrochrome totaled 88,409 tonnes in May, down 20.4 percent from the previous month and 16.4 percent lower than May last year, according to Chinese customs data released June 21. ....
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