The EU’s 27 member states shipped much less ferrous scrap to countries outside the Union last year. After reaching a new record high of 19.4 million tonnes in 2021, exports to third countries tumbled to 17.7 million tonnes in 2022, according to the European statistical agency Eurostat. The main factor here was the sharp decline in trade with Turkey. EU ferrous scrap exports to this country dropped by 2.4 million tonnes or 19 per cent compared with the previous year....
EU ferrous scrap exports to Turkey fell more than 2m tonnes in 2022
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