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Brazil’s CVRD Raises 79% ThyssenKrupp’s Ore Price

Brazilian giant Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD), the world’s largest producer of iron ore and pellets, concluded the Carajás lump ore (CJL) price negotiations for 2005 with ThyssenKrupp Stahl A.G. (ThyssenKrupp), one of the largest European steelmakers.

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    Brazilian iron ore from CVRD
    Weare looking for 2 million mts *12 Brazilian iron fe 65,6% for our Chinese buyer on exclusive agency basis as we do have POF agaisnt POP.Pl; do advise to introduce to the right people in CVRD, we will be too grateful to us .

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