- Iron ore imports rebounded from an 18-month-low in April amid a surge of steel output
- China's copper imports fell nearly 11 per cent in May from a month earlier
China’s iron ore imports rebounded in May from an 18-month-low in April, but were still well below one year earlier, as disruptions to output in Brazil and Australia hampered . . .
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