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At least one deal for United States-origin deep-sea scrap to Bangladesh was done this week, sources told Fastmarkets.
A deal was heard done during the weekend at $520 per tonne cfr Bangladesh for HMS 1&2 (80:20) and $525 per tonne cfr for shredded scrap, sources said. A second cargo was said to have been finalized to the same mill at similar prices, but no further information was available at the time of publication.
Offers were $525-530 per tonne cfr Bangladesh for deep-sea HMS 1&2 (80:20) this week,...