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Buying activity for Turkish rebar in the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) region has been slow over the past week, sources told Steel First on Tuesday June 30.
Prices for drawn tubing products in North America and Europe are expected to hold up for the rest of the year, according to Steel First sister organisation Metal Bulletin Research (MBR).
This week Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) looks at the impact of policy decisions in Zimbabwe on the global chrome market.
The signals from China are still poor, but economic prospects appear to be brightening.
The economic signals from China are suggesting that growth in the industrial sector is steadily slowing.
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