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Free US construction spending up 0.5 percent in February

Free US construction employment rises in March

Free Value of Canadian building permits up 21 percent in February

Free US manufacturing PMI declines 1.5 percentage points in March

Free US drawn wire exports up 4.3 percent in January

Free US rebar imports up 95.6 percent in February

Free India’s AMNS to set up new CRM for high value-added products

Free Italy's Arvedi Group plans €1 billion investment in Acciai Speciali Terni

Free Turkish metal producers’ domestic sales prices up 12.09% in Mar from Feb

Free US DOC to continue CVD orders on cut-to-length plate from S. Korea

Russia’s Evraz suspends demerger of coal business due to sanctions

Free Australia to impose additional tariff on all imports from Russia, Belarus

Free India-based RINL achieves 56 percent rise in sales revenue in 2021-22

Free India’s RINL floats export tender for 10,000 mt of wire rod for May delivery

Free Indian government starts privatization of ferrous scrap service company

Free US DOC to continue AD orders on stainless plate in coil from three countries

Free Saarstahl invests €7 million in two French plants

Free Vietnam’s Hoa Phat’s HRC sales hit record in March

Free Indonesia exports 3 million mt of semis to China in 2021, becomes largest supplier

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