Brazilian steel consumption down 6.4% in September amid lower domestic sales, imports

By IM Staff
Published: Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Demand for both domestic and imported steel in Brazil fell year on year in September.

By Renato Rostás

Brazilian apparent steel consumption was down by 6.4% in September, compared with the corresponding month in 2018, with demand retreating for both domestic and imported materials, national industry association Instituto Aço Brasil said on Thursday October 17. 

Consumption totaled 1.78 million tonnes during the...

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