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Japanese H2 scrap prices dropped further in the week ending October 3

The average price of Japanese H2 scrap declined marginally during the first week of October. This is the second consecutive week of decline for H2 scrap. The average price of Japan H2 scrap in Kanto, Central and Kansai region was ...

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US Ferrous scrap exports plunged 23.5% during H1 2014

The ferrous scrap exports from the US declined sharply during the initial six months of the year. The aluminum scrap exports too declined sharply during the period. However, plastic scrap exports rebounded from the lows witnessed during imposition of Green Fence regulations ...

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Japan’s scrap imports soared 68% in June ’14

As per the latest statistics released by the country’s Ministry of Finance (MoF), Japan’s scrap imports recovered sharply during the month of June this year. The Japanese scrap imports surged higher by 76.9% when compared with the imports during same ...

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Japanese H2 scrap average prices rise for the first time in nearly 2 months

TOKYO (Scrap Monster): The average price of Japanese H2 scrap increased during the second week of June. It is after almost two months that the average H2 scrap prices have shown improvement. The prices had remained flat or declined during the past consecutive ...

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Russia’s scrap exports jumped 18% in April, says trade data

The most recent trade statistics released by Russia indicates that the country’s scrap exports increased during the month of April this year. According to trade data, Russia exported 434,000 tonnes of scrap during April this year. The exports during the ...

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Thailand’s scrap imports surged higher in April ’14

BEIJING (Scrap Monster): The latest import statistics indicate that the scrap imports by Thailand during April this year rose significantly over the year. Also, the scrap imports witnessed a sharp increase when compared with the imports during the same month a ...

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