The non ferrous scrap metals market in Germany

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(D) – After experiencing strong price hikes in the first full week of December, the non-ferrous scrap metals registered a moderate decline in wholesale buying-in prices in the second week. Copper scrap grades became around €10 per 100kg cheaper with bright copper wire scrap (Kabul) costing €545-550. Unalloyed ...

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