US reports 10.55% monthly decrease in aluminum imports from Canada in May, but growth from Mexico; exports to Canada mildly increase while exports to Mexico dip 8.11% year-over-year: AlCircle

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LOS ANGELES , September 8, 2023 (press release) –

The United States saw a 10.55% month-to-month decrease in crude and alloy aluminum imports from Canada in May 2023, reaching 212,000 tonnes, though exports to Canada recorded a slight increase, according to AlCircle. The U.S. trade narrative with Mexico was different: year-over-year, aluminium imports from Mexico rose 76.44% while exports fell 8.11%.

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