China’s ferro-chrome imports at nine-month high in November

China’s imports of high carbon ferro-chrome rose to a nine-month high in November after traders increased purchases in October when the price gap between domestic and imported material price narrowed.

Inbound shipments of high carbon ferro-chrome were 215,180 tonnes last month, up 73.2% month-on-month and 42.6% higher year-on-year, according to the latest figures from the Chinese customs. The imports were at the highest level since February.

“The price gap between imported material and local product closed in early...


Rena Gu

December 24, 2013

05:57 GMT