Despite the rise seen in imported scrap prices, some Turkish steelmakers have slightly decreased their domestic scrap buying prices since last week, Kallanish observes.
Turkish mills have returned to the deep-sea market and concluded numerous scrap bookings this week. Prices in the latest deals have increased compared to previous bookings in the first week of August.
US and Baltic-origin scrap suppliers are now quoting at above $290/tonne cfr Turk…
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