May has been a month of poor orders for French rebar. Quiet activity persists, with material only being bought back-to-back, while export sales to other European markets have reduced considerably.
Distribution sources say last week was slightly livelier in terms of rebar orders but new construction projects in France are being postponed. Buyers’ stocks are said to be relatively low as is the market’s appetite for material. Demand in May has been for on…
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