Japanese scrap prices continue to log gains
Sep 13, 2013 | 10:48 AM
TOKYO Prices for Japanese scrap, both for domestic consumption and export, continued to march higher this past week even as U.S. scrap prices fell.
The latest monthly tender by Tokyo-area scrap dealers saw the average winning bid for October deliveries of H2-grade scrap edge up by 265 yen ($3) per tonne to 32,935 yen ($330).....
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