Brazil pig iron prices rise in busier market
Jul 12, 2013 | 11:00 AM
| Juan Weik
SAO PAULO Export prices for Brazils merchant pig iron increased this past week on a growing appetite from buyers in North America.
A 30,000-tonne cargo was sold to a Mexican steelmaker at $415 per tonne c.f.r., up 1.7 percent from a similar deal closed last month at $408 per tonne, sources told AMM sister publication Steel First. ....
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