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After a one-month consultation period, Fastmarkets has amended the frequency of its China import steel scrap indices.
Fastmarkets proposes to amend the frequency of its China import steel scrap indices to weekly from twice a week currently.
After a one-month consultation period, Fastmarkets has amended the frequency of its China import steel scrap indices
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Fastmarkets proposes to decrease the frequency of its China import steel scrap indices to twice a week from daily.
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