The World Market for Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel: A 2016 Global Trade Perspective

 Published On: Jun, 2015 |    No of Pages: 189 |  Published By: Icon Group International, Inc | Format: PDF
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This report was created for strategic planners, international executives and import/export managers who are concerned with the market for waste and scrap of alloy steel. With the globalization of this market, managers can no longer be contented with a local view. Nor can managers be contented with out-of-date statistics that appear several years after the fact. I have developed a methodology, based on macroeconomic and trade models, to estimate the market for waste and scrap of alloy steel for those countries serving the world market via exports or supplying from various countries via imports. I do so for the current year based on a variety of key historical indicators and econometric models.

On the demand side, exporters and strategic planners approaching the world market face a number of questions. Which countries are supplying waste and scrap of alloy steel? What is the dollar value of these imports? How much do the imports of waste and scrap of alloy steel vary from one country to another? Do exporters serving the world market have similar market shares across the importing countries? Which countries supply the most exports of waste and scrap of alloy steel? Which countries are buying their exports? What is the value of these exports and which countries are the largest buyers?

Table Of Contents:

1 METHODOLOGY 11
1.1 Our Approach 11
2 THE WORLD MARKET 15
2.1 Exports 15
2.1.1 The World Market: Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel Export Supplies in 2016 15
2.2 Imports 17
2.2.1 The World Market: Imported Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel in 2016 17
3 EXPORTS 21
3.1 Africa: Export Supplies of Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel 21
3.1.1 Executive Summary 21
3.1.2 Algeria 24
3.1.3 Angola 25
3.1.4 Benin 25
3.1.5 Burundi 25
3.1.6 Cameroon 25
3.1.7 Cape Verde 26
3.1.8 Central African Republic 26
3.1.9 Congo (formerly Zaire) 26
3.1.10 Cote d'Ivoire 27
3.1.11 Djibouti 27
3.1.12 Egypt 27
3.1.13 Equatorial Guinea 28
3.1.14 Gabon 28
3.1.15 Ghana 28
3.1.16 Guinea 29
3.1.17 Guinea-Bissau 29
3.1.18 Kenya 29
3.1.19 Liberia 30
3.1.20 Madagascar 30
3.1.21 Malawi 30
3.1.22 Mali 30
3.1.23 Mauritania 31
3.1.24 Mauritius 31
3.1.25 Morocco 31
3.1.26 Mozambique 32
3.1.27 Namibia 32
3.1.28 Nigeria 32
3.1.29 Rwanda 33
3.1.30 Senegal 33
3.1.31 Sierra Leone 33
3.1.32 South Africa 34
3.1.33 Sudan 34
3.1.34 Tanzania 35
3.1.35 the Gambia 35
3.1.36 Togo 35
3.1.37 Tunisia 36
3.1.38 Zambia 36
3.1.39 Zimbabwe 36
3.2 Asia: Export Supplies of Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel 37
3.2.1 Executive Summary 37
3.2.2 Bangladesh 40
3.2.3 Brunei 41
3.2.4 Cambodia 41
3.2.5 China 42
3.2.6 Hong Kong 43
3.2.7 India 44
3.2.8 Indonesia 45
3.2.9 Japan 46
3.2.10 Malaysia 47
3.2.11 Papua New Guinea 47
3.2.12 Philippines 48
3.2.13 Singapore 49
3.2.14 South Korea 50
3.2.15 Sri Lanka 50
3.2.16 Taiwan 51
3.2.17 Thailand 52
3.2.18 Vietnam 53
3.3 Europe: Export Supplies of Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel 53
3.3.1 Executive Summary 53
3.3.2 Albania 57
3.3.3 Austria 58
3.3.4 Belarus 58
3.3.5 Belgium 59
3.3.6 Bosnia and Herzegovina 59
3.3.7 Bulgaria 60
3.3.8 Croatia 60
3.3.9 Cyprus 61
3.3.10 Czech Republic 61
3.3.11 Denmark 62
3.3.12 Estonia 62
3.3.13 Finland 63
3.3.14 France 64
3.3.15 Georgia 64
3.3.16 Germany 65
3.3.17 Gibraltar 66
3.3.18 Greece 66
3.3.19 Hungary 67
3.3.20 Iceland 67
3.3.21 Ireland 68
3.3.22 Italy 69
3.3.23 Kazakhstan 70
3.3.24 Latvia 70
3.3.25 Lithuania 71
3.3.26 Luxembourg 71
3.3.27 Macedonia 71
3.3.28 Malta 72
3.3.29 Moldova 72
3.3.30 Norway 72
3.3.31 Poland 73
3.3.32 Portugal 73
3.3.33 Romania 74
3.3.34 Russia 74
3.3.35 Slovakia 75
3.3.36 Slovenia 75
3.3.37 Spain 76
3.3.38 Sweden 77
3.3.39 Switzerland 77
3.3.40 the Netherlands 78
3.3.41 the United Kingdom 79
3.3.42 Ukraine 80
3.4 Latin America: Export Supplies of Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel 80
3.4.1 Executive Summary 80
3.4.2 Argentina 84
3.4.3 Belize 85
3.4.4 Bolivia 85
3.4.5 Brazil 85
3.4.6 Chile 86
3.4.7 Colombia 86
3.4.8 Costa Rica 87
3.4.9 Ecuador 87
3.4.10 El Salvador 87
3.4.11 Guatemala 88
3.4.12 Guyana 88
3.4.13 Honduras 88
3.4.14 Mexico 89
3.4.15 Nicaragua 89
3.4.16 Panama 90
3.4.17 Paraguay 90
3.4.18 Peru 90
3.4.19 Suriname 91
3.4.20 Venezuela 91
3.5 North America & the Caribbean: Export Supplies of Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel 91
3.5.1 Executive Summary 91
3.5.2 Aruba 95
3.5.3 Barbados 96
3.5.4 Canada 96
3.5.5 Cuba 97
3.5.6 Dominican Republic 97
3.5.7 Greenland 97
3.5.8 Haiti 98
3.5.9 Jamaica 98
3.5.10 St. Lucia 98
3.5.11 the Bahamas 99
3.5.12 the Netherlands Antilles 99
3.5.13 the United States 100
3.5.14 Trinidad and Tobago 101
3.6 Oceana: Export Supplies of Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel 101
3.6.1 Executive Summary 101
3.6.2 Australia 105
3.6.3 Fiji 105
3.6.4 New Caledonia 106
3.6.5 New Zealand 106
3.6.6 Solomon Islands 106
3.6.7 Tonga 107
3.7 the Middle East: Export Supplies of Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel 107
3.7.1 Executive Summary 107
3.7.2 Armenia 110
3.7.3 Azerbaijan 111
3.7.4 Bahrain 111
3.7.5 Iran 111
3.7.6 Iraq 112
3.7.7 Israel 112
3.7.8 Jordan 112
3.7.9 Kuwait 113
3.7.10 Kyrgyzstan 113
3.7.11 Lebanon 113
3.7.12 Oman 114
3.7.13 Pakistan 114
3.7.14 Qatar 114
3.7.15 Saudi Arabia 115
3.7.16 the United Arab Emirates 116
3.7.17 Turkey 117
3.7.18 Uzbekistan 117
3.7.19 Yemen 117
4 IMPORTS 118
4.1 Africa: Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel Imports in 2016 118
4.1.1 Executive Summary 118
4.1.2 Botswana 121
4.1.3 Cameroon 122
4.1.4 Egypt 122
4.1.5 Nigeria 122
4.1.6 South Africa 123
4.1.7 Tanzania 123
4.1.8 the Gambia 123
4.1.9 Tunisia 124
4.1.10 Uganda 124
4.1.11 Zimbabwe 124
4.2 Asia: Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel Imports in 2016 125
4.2.1 Executive Summary 125
4.2.2 Bhutan 128
4.2.3 China 129
4.2.4 Hong Kong 130
4.2.5 India 131
4.2.6 Indonesia 132
4.2.7 Japan 133
4.2.8 Malaysia 134
4.2.9 Nepal 135
4.2.10 Philippines 135
4.2.11 Singapore 136
4.2.12 South Korea 137
4.2.13 Taiwan 138
4.2.14 Thailand 139
4.3 Europe: Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel Imports in 2016 140
4.3.1 Executive Summary 140
4.3.2 Albania 143
4.3.3 Austria 144
4.3.4 Belarus 144
4.3.5 Belgium 145
4.3.6 Bosnia and Herzegovina 146
4.3.7 Bulgaria 146
4.3.8 Croatia 146
4.3.9 Czech Republic 147
4.3.10 Denmark 147
4.3.11 Estonia 148
4.3.12 Finland 148
4.3.13 France 149
4.3.14 Georgia 150
4.3.15 Germany 151
4.3.16 Greece 152
4.3.17 Hungary 152
4.3.18 Ireland 152
4.3.19 Italy 153
4.3.20 Latvia 154
4.3.21 Lithuania 154
4.3.22 Luxembourg 154
4.3.23 Malta 155
4.3.24 Norway 155
4.3.25 Poland 156
4.3.26 Portugal 156
4.3.27 Romania 157
4.3.28 Russia 157
4.3.29 Slovakia 157
4.3.30 Slovenia 158
4.3.31 Spain 159
4.3.32 Sweden 160
4.3.33 Switzerland 161
4.3.34 the Netherlands 162
4.3.35 the United Kingdom 163
4.3.36 Ukraine 164
4.4 Latin America: Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel Imports in 2016 164
4.4.1 Executive Summary 164
4.4.2 Argentina 167
4.4.3 Brazil 168
4.4.4 Chile 168
4.4.5 Colombia 168
4.4.6 El Salvador 169
4.4.7 Guatemala 169
4.4.8 Mexico 169
4.4.9 Panama 170
4.4.10 Peru 170
4.4.11 Venezuela 170
4.5 North America & the Caribbean: Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel Imports in 2016 170
4.5.1 Executive Summary 170
4.5.2 Canada 174
4.5.3 Dominican Republic 174
4.5.4 the Bahamas 174
4.5.5 the United States 175
4.6 Oceana: Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel Imports in 2016 176
4.6.1 Executive Summary 176
4.6.2 Australia 180
4.6.3 New Zealand 180
4.7 the Middle East: Waste and Scrap of Alloy Steel Imports in 2016 180
4.7.1 Executive Summary 180
4.7.2 Iran 185
4.7.3 Israel 185
4.7.4 Jordan 185
4.7.5 Oman 186
4.7.6 Pakistan 186
4.7.7 Qatar 187
4.7.8 Saudi Arabia 187
5 DISCLAIMERS, WARRANTEES, AND USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS 188
5.1 Disclaimers & Safe Harbor 188
5.2 ICON Group International, Inc. User Agreement Provisions 189

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