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Japan's finished steel exports down by 7.5% YOY in Jun

2019-07-22 13:51:16  【Print】
On July 18, Japan's Ministry of Finance released preliminary statistics showing that Japan's steel exports in June were 2.Asian Metal Copyright3% MOM.Asian Metal Copyright877 million tons, down 7.Asian Metal Copyright In June, Japan imported 634,000 tons of steel, down by 3.Asian Metal Copyright5% YOY and 5.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright3% MOM.Asian Metal Copyright3% MOM.Asian Metal Copyright In the same month, Japan's steel exports declined for the eighth consecutive month, mainly due to the low price of steel products and the wait-and-see attitude of users.

In June, Japan exported 2.382 million tons of steel to Asia, down 5.Asian Metal Copyright The details are as follows: the export of steel to China was 401,000 tons, down by 13.Asian Metal Copyright2% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright In June, Japan exported 2.Asian Metal Copyright The details are as follows: the export of steel to China was 401,000 tons, down by 13.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY, up for the third consecutive month; and the export of steel to ASEAN countries was 1.Asian Metal Copyright4% YOY; the export to Korea was 540,000 tons, up by 11.Asian Metal Copyright The details are as follows: the export of steel to China was 401,000 tons, down by 13.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY, up for the third consecutive month; and the export of steel to ASEAN countries was 1.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright016 million tons, down by 7.Asian Metal Copyright3% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright3% YOY.

In June, Japan imported 634,000 tons of steel, down by 3.6% YOY and 15.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright1% MOM.Asian Metal Copyright7% MOM; steel imports from Korea were 292,000 tons, down by 1.Asian Metal Copyright For the first time since 2019, steel imports in that month were below 700,000 tons.

In that month, Japan imported 521,000 tons of steel from Asian countries, down by 2.6% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright382 million tons of steel to Asia, down 5.Asian Metal Copyright The details are as follows: steel imports from China were 87,000 tons, down by 30.Asian Metal Copyright In the same month, Japan's steel exports declined for the eighth consecutive month, mainly due to the low price of steel products and the wait-and-see attitude of users.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY and up by 11.Asian Metal Copyright2% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright7% MOM; steel imports from Korea were 292,000 tons, down by 1.Asian Metal Copyright6% YOY, and 38,900 tons from Russia, an increase of 96.Asian Metal Copyright6% YOY.

In June, Japan imported 42,000 tons of steel from ASEAN countries, an increase of 94.6% YOY, and 38,900 tons from Russia, an increase of 96.Asian Metal Copyright Imports of steel from EU countries reached 11,000 tons, an increase of 1.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright382 million tons of steel to Asia, down 5.Asian Metal Copyright Imports of steel from EU countries reached 11,000 tons, an increase of 1.Asian Metal Copyright3% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright3% YOY.

.Asian Metal Copyright7% YOY, up for the third consecutive month; and the export of steel to ASEAN countries was 1.Asian Metal Copyright