Japan’s largest mini-mill operator and effective benchmark price-setter has reduced its charges for deliveries of all grades of scrap to its Tahara plant by ¥500 ($5) per tonne and deliveries to its other four works by ¥1,000 per tonne. As a result, the company is now paying ¥34,500 per tonne for deliveries to Tahara; ¥34,000…
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