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U.S. aluminum premiums soar as fabricators scramble for metal

U.S. aluminum surcharges have jumped to record levels this month as fabricators scramble for metal amid cutbacks at domestic smelters and storage backlogs that traders say have tightened supplies.   Premiums that fabricators and merchants pay on top of benchmark London Metal ...

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India’s coal imports to jump 60-65 mln T/yr after court scraps concessions

India’s annual coal imports could jump by as much as a third to more than 200 million tonnes for the next few years as a result of a court ruling this week that will halt mining of the resource by ...

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Weak Chinese demand may push zinc stocks to LME warehouses

More refined zinc is likely to be shipped from bonded warehouses in China to warehouses approved by the London Metal Exchange in Asia in the fourth quarter as tight credit crimps domestic demand at a time of increased imports, traders said.   ...

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Imported Chinese rebars proves to be fabricated

The samples of rebar are believed to be produced by Jiangsu Shangang group of China. The samples were imported to United kingdom, where the tests were conducted under the guidance of Environmental Scientifics Groups, following the instruction UK Steel. The ...

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Imported Chinese rebars proves to be fabricated

The samples of rebar are believed to be produced by Jiangsu Shangang group of China. The samples were imported to United kingdom, where the tests were conducted under the guidance of Environmental Scientifics Groups, following the instruction UK Steel. The ...

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How tough is it to sell steel?

How tough is it to sell steel?

After much speculation of the South Korean steel case — which found steel tubes are being illegally dumped in the U.S market — the Department of Commerce found unfairly priced imported steel could harm the U.S. market and cost jobs. Lisa Goldenberg, president of ...

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Oh, Canada! India Looks to North America, Japan for Coking Coal

Recently, Canadian High Commissioner Stewart G. Beck invited Coal India Limited, the state-owned coal behemoth, to invest in coking coal assets in Canada. India could very well get into business with the Canadians because of high-grade coking coal, low in ...

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