WASHINGTON, April 29 (Reuters) - U.S. March steel imports rose 30.5 percent from February but have remained flat from the same time a year ago, the government said on Tuesday. U.S. March steel imports rose 30.5 percent to 1.995 million metric tons from 1.528 million in February, the Commerce Department said in a preliminary report. Imports edged higher by 0.9 percent from March 2002 when total shipments to the U.S. totaled 1.977 million metric tons. Commerce said the rise in March ...
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