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Scrap consumption in Ukraine decreased by 18.7% m/m in April

Export of raw materials increased by 25% m/m and is 19.1% of the total collection for the month

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Israel plans to limit scrap exports

Turkey, which is the main consumer of raw materials from Israel, will be under the greatest pressure from the introduction of restrictions

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ASI submitted a proposal to the Parliament to ban the export of unprocessed scrap

The Australian Institute of Steel indicates that this raw material is a scarce resource

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Germany reduced scrap exports by 3% y/y in 2023

The import of this raw material to the country decreased by 25% y/y in 2023

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Kyrgyzstan again extended the ban on scrap exports outside the EAEU

The ban on the export of raw materials will last another six months

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UAE introduces an export duty on scrap

The country has lifted the ban on the export of this raw material, which has been consistently extended since 2020

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BES reveals a scheme of duty evasion in scrap exports

In particular, three enterprises were identified that evaded payment of UAH 65 million in customs duty

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Kazakhstan intends to extend the ban on scrap exports

Currently, the country is discussing the project of the relevant order

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Italy has changed the conditions for scrap export

The export of this raw material is subject to the requirement to submit a corresponding declaration

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The export of scrap from Ukraine may amount to 150,000 tons – forecast

The collection of raw materials for the same period is estimated to be 1 million tons

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South Africa extended the ban on scrap exports for half a year

Stainless steel scrap is exempt from the ban

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