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US’s steel long product imports down by 3% m-o-m in April

28 May 2012 16:05 reported by Margaret Yeh

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According to data, the US’s imports of steel long products totaled 270,000 tons in April, decreasing by 3% from 278,000 tons in March.

The slight drop in the country’s April imports of steel long products was caused by a drop in rebar imports caused by lower volumes from Turkey.

Meanwhile, the US’s import licenses of steel long products up to May 15th totaled 95,000 tons, reflecting that the full May imports might be lower than that in April.

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