US Sept. brass mill imports jump, exports dip -CBFC


NEW YORK, Nov 26 (Reuters) - U.S. imports of brass mill products in September rose 22.1 percent from Sept. 2001 to 55,810,177 lbs, while exports fell 2.2 percent to 23,581,019 lbs in the same period, the Copper & Brass Fabricators Council Inc. (CBFC) said Tuesday. Canada was the top destination for brass mill exports in September 2002, the latest month for which data were available, at 10,724,598 lbs, followed by Mexico at 8,797,455 lbs and China at 406,168 lbs, CBFC said in a ...

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