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09 May
Prices of EU coil mills keep giving in - but only slightly and slowly - not least because the influence of imports remains limited, despite considerable gaps. “Even with the addition of the EU’s import levy, there was still a difference of approximately €150/tonne ($158/t) in April to the advantage of Asian prices," a Dutch manger notes. The extremely high prices in Europe have local causes – extremely high energy and scrap prices for m…
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