China’s scrap independence to impact US market: execs
Oct 30, 2013 | 05:58 PM
| Lisa Gordon
CHICAGO Chinas potential transformation into a net exporter of scrap in less than a decade could impact metal recyclers, industry veterans said at AMMs Steel Scrap Conference in Chicago.
"China could be a net exporter in the next 12 to 15 years, or at least not a net importer by this time," said Bob Kelman, president of New York-based Sims Metal Management Ltd.s North America Metals division.....
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