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China Ports to See Higher Arrivals of Iron Ore for 4th Consecutive Period, SMM Reports
Jul 18, 2017 11:19CST
Source:SMM
Arrivals of iron ore at major 24 Chinese ports are expected to keep growing during the period from Jul. 13 to 27, according to SMM data.  

SHANGHAI, Jul. 18 (SMM) – Arrivals of iron ore at major 24 Chinese ports are expected to keep growing during the period from Jul. 13 to 27, according to SMM data.  

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The expected arrivals during the period will reach about 13.08 million tonnes at those ports, up 405,000 tonnes from 12.68 million tonnes from Jul. 6-20.  

During the period, ore shipments both from Australia and Brazil are also expected to grow from the previous report period. 

For more details, please see SMM Iron Ore Weekly. 

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