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Page 18: Winning ways in the Balkans

Scrap metal recycler Steel Impex is ambitiously
targeting growth. Its goals are both at home in
Serbia, where it already collects and processes
more than 100 000 tonnes of ferrous scrap
every year, and beyond the national borders.


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