SHANGHAI, May 6 (SMM) –China’s aluminum alloy wheel exports fell in March, but grew in Q1.
Outbound shipments totaled 57,400 tonnes or $286 million in March, down 9.5% and 9.3%, respectively, from a year ago, data from the CAAM showed.
Exports totaled 188,200 tonnes or $945 million in Q1, up 6.9% and 5.6% respectively, from a year ago.
The US remained the top export destination –56.46% of China’s total export value, during Q1, followed by Japan and Mexico.
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