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16 Nov

Ukraine’s scrap purchases decrease in October

Ukrainian mills increased procurement of ferrous scrap in January-October, according to the Ukrainian association of secondary metals, UAVtormet. It was up 13.4% on-year to 993,000 tonnes, Kallanish notes. However, domestic supply of scrap to Ukrainian enterprises was reduced by 0.6% on-year to 796,800t. Exports of scrap in January-October amounted to 146,900t, which is 3.9 times more compared to the same period in 2022. In December 2021, Ukraine’s par…
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Svetoslav Abrossimov  |  Bulgaria
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