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30 Nov
The French rebar market continues to stagnate, with order intake low and buyers adopting a wait-and-see attitude. Prices are steady on last week but have lost over €100/tonne ($103) since early November. In the south of the country, particularly, values have been dragged down by competitive import offers from Spain, distributors report. The French market is currently one of the slowest in Europe. In neighbouring countries, Italy and Germany, markets are also …
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