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Trade deficit of iron & steel widens further during Jan and Aug 2017 in Latin American

2017-11-03 17:50:13   【Print】
According to Alacero statistics, the output of crude steel was 42.Asian Metal Copyright6 million tons of the material, making up 36%.Asian Metal Copyright4 million tons in Latin America and Caribbean area from January to August 2017, an increase of 8% YOY; Brazil is the largest crude steel producer in Latin America with production of 22.Asian Metal CopyrightAccording to Alacero statistics, the output of crude steel was 42.Asian Metal Copyright5 million tons, accounting for 53%; the output of steel structure recorded 35.Asian Metal Copyright7 million tons of steel structure, accounting for 42% of the total; Mexico yielded 12.Asian Metal Copyright1 million tons in Latin America from January to August 2017, an increase of 3%.Asian Metal CopyrightAccording to Alacero statistics, the output of crude steel was 42.Asian Metal Copyright In particular, Brazil produced 14.Asian Metal Copyright6 million tons of the material, making up 36%.Asian Metal Copyright7 million tons of steel structure, accounting for 42% of the total; Mexico yielded 12.Asian Metal Copyright1 million tons in Latin America from January to August 2017, an increase of 3%.Asian Metal Copyright6 million tons of the material, making up 36%.

As for trade of iron and steel, Latin America imported 14.5 million tons of steel structure from January to August 2017, an increase of 14%, and exported 6.Asian Metal Copyright3 million tons of the material, an increase of 9%, seeing 8.Asian Metal Copyright3 million tons of the material, an increase of 9%, seeing 8.Asian Metal Copyright In Latin America, only Brazil and Argentina maintained a favorable balance of trade in steel, while Mexico and Central American countries were in deficit.Asian Metal Copyright2 million tons of trade deficit, an increase of 18%.Asian Metal Copyright6 million tons of the material, making up 36%.Asian Metal Copyright In Latin America, only Brazil and Argentina maintained a favorable balance of trade in steel, while Mexico and Central American countries were in deficit.

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