Latin America: finished steel products apparent use 2019, by country

In 2019, the apparent use* of finished steel products in Latin America was estimated to reach 65.9 million metric tons. During the same year, Mexico was forecasted to be the largest consumer of finished steel products in the region, with an estimate of 24.7 million metric tons, followed by Brazil with an estimate of almost 21.7 million metric tons.

Apparent use of finished steel products in Latin America in 2019, by country

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Source

Release date

November 2019

Region

Central and South America, Mexico

Survey time period

2019

Special properties

Estimates

Supplementary notes

* Apparent steel use can be defined as the total production of steel plus net imports minus net exports in a certain period of time. It is commonly used to measure steel demand.

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