Brazil’s long steel imports fall below 60,000 tonnes in May
Jun 11, 2013 | 02:12 PM
| Ana Paula Camargo
LONDON Long steel imports into Brazil fell by 16 percent year on year in May to less than 60,000 tonnes.
The country imported 59,193 tonnes of nonalloy long products last month, compared with 70,523 tonnes in May 2012, according to figures from Brazils foreign trade ministry, MDIC.....
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