Rebar trade case driving shipments from Spain
Jan 13, 2014 | 02:45 PM
| Thorsten Schier
NEW YORK An ongoing trade case against rebar imports from Mexico and Turkey, rising domestic prices and tight production schedules have led rebar buyers to seek alternative suppliers.
Spain, which in November shipped its first rebar to the United States since 2007 (amm.com, Dec. 12), is poised to send a further 35,582 tonnes in January, according to license data through Jan. 7 from the U.S. Commerce Departments Enforcement and Compliance division.....
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