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AISI: U.S. finished steel imports down by nearly 17% YOY in 2020

2020-06-02 14:15:45   【Print】
According to the prediction of the latest report released by American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI), the imports of finished steel of the United States will decline significantly this year.Asian Metal Copyright051 million tons in 2019, a decrease of 17.Asian Metal Copyright Based on the steel import data for the first four months of this year, AISI estimates that American imports of finished steel in 2020 would fall by nearly 17% compared with the previous year.

The total imports of finished steel of the United States in 2020 are expected to be 17.456 million tons, which was 21.Asian Metal CopyrightAccording to the prediction of the latest report released by American Iron and Steel Institute AISI, the imports of finished steel of the United States will decline significantly this year.Asian Metal Copyright051 million tons in 2019, a decrease of 17.Asian Metal Copyright1% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright1% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright .Asian Metal Copyright In addition, the total imports of steel products of the country might decline slightly from 27.Asian Metal Copyright4%.Asian Metal Copyright937 million tons in 2019 to 27.Asian Metal CopyrightAccording to the prediction of the latest report released by American Iron and Steel Institute AISI, the imports of finished steel of the United States will decline significantly this year.Asian Metal Copyright556 million tons, down by nearly 1.Asian Metal Copyright1% YOY.Asian Metal Copyright4%.

Among all kinds of steel products, only steel ingots, billets and slabs, mechanical pipes and rebar might see a surge in imports YOY. AISI predicts that the number of pipelines might experience the largest decline, and its imports are expected to fall by about 57% YOY.
.Asian Metal Copyright456 million tons, which was 21.Asian Metal Copyright