U.S. Steel Imports Up in July on China Glut: More Pain Ahead?

U.S. Steel Imports Up in July on China Glut: More Pain Ahead?
Total steel imports rose in the reported month, reversing a declining trend that was witnessed in the previous five months. July saw a significant rise in imports from China – the world's top steel producer. Slowing demand at home due to a fragile …
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China grants two independent refineries crude oil import licenses – Ministry
BEIJING, Sept 21 The Chinese government has granted two independent refiners licenses to import crude oil directly, shortly after they were allowed quotas to use imported crude oil, the Ministry of Commerce said on Monday. The two plants are Linjin …
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China import plunge worse than expected
China's US dollar-denominated exports fell 5.5 percent in the year to August, roughly in line with predictions, but imports plunged 14 percent, far worse than expected. August is generally a flat month and included one-off factors such as the massive …
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China China Imports Gold Ahead of National Day; Demand in India to Surge this

China China Imports Gold Ahead of National Day; Demand in India to Surge this
Top bullion consumer China has been importing more gold in September than in the previous month due to demand from retailers stocking up for the upcoming National Day holiday, market sources said. Demand in India – the second biggest buyer of the …
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Norway rejects virus concerns as excuse for China's reason for salmon import ban
Citing Norway's Food Safety Authority, Reuters reported this week that China would not import whole salmon until Norwegian exporters could certify that the fish were from waters free of anaemia, a disease of Atlantic salmon that can progress slowly and …
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China's new restrictions may impact US wastepaper exports
Some Chinese paper mills probably won't be able to import the type of wastepaper they are currently importing, according to Eddie Yeung, director of America Chung Nam, which has been largest U.S. containerized exporter every year since 2001, according …
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Barker woman pleads guilty in case involving importing drugs from China
16, Dwyer and co-defendants Richard Dwyer and David Jackson conspired to import the synthetic narcotics from China using the Internet. The packages were delivered to Richard Dwyer via the U.S. Postal Service. Richard Dwyer will be sentenced on Nov.
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