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Fe Scrap Watch 2022#10 The overseas market is still declining with no sign of bottoming out likely to be softer through

06/23/2022 08:26
As shown at the press conference of Tokyo Steel on the 20th, while the iron scrap market was once expected to rally from bottoming out to a rebound in mid-June, overseas market conditions are still weak and imported scrap from Turkey has already fallen below US$400 /ton.
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