The exception continued to be ferro-nickel exports, which once more increased on the annual comparison, according to Brazil’s trade ministry, MDIC.
Brazil shipped abroad a total of 24,903 tonnes of ferro-alloys last month, compared with 34,064 tonnes a year earlier, the figures showed.
Soaring energy costs have been affecting ferro-alloys producers
in the country, leading to a drop in the domestic output and changes in commercial strategies, such as in the case of Ferbasa
Ferro-alloys export revenues amounted to $217.46 million on a fob basis last month, compared with $230.47 million a year earlier, according to the ministry.
Year to November, Brazil’s ferro-alloys exports totalled 335,751 tonnes, compared with 351,448 tonnes...