unwrought

unwrought

(ʌnˈrɔːt)
adj
(esp of a metal)not worked on; in its original state
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Nails, staples, hinges, hammers, chisels, knives, scissors, and all sorts of ironwork, they had without reserve, as they required; for no man would take more than he wanted, and he must be a fool that would waste or spoil them on any account whatever; and for the use of the smith I left two tons of unwrought iron for a supply.
Valued at BD33m, agglomerated iron ores and concentrates were the top products exported in July 2019; aluminum wire was second with a total value of BD25m, and unwrought aluminium alloys third with BD19m.
Valued at BD33 million, agglomerated iron ores and concentrates were the top products exported in July 2019; aluminium wire was second with a total value of BD25 million; and unwrought aluminium alloys third with BD19 million.
Data showed that China's unwrought copper imports bounced back in July after two months of declines, which helped markets find their feet after an aggressive sell-off earlier this month.
In the desert markets of Tibesti in northern Chad, a 1.5kg (3.3lb) of unwrought gold was bartered for a 2015 model Land Cruiser, probably stolen from an aid agency in Darfur, which was then driven back to Darfur, fitted out with hand-painted licence plates and resold.
The 357.6 million increase in exports from the same period of previous year was due to the increases of USD 135.7 million in bituminous coal and USD 51.4 million in gold, unwrought or in semi-manufactured forms exports.
This includes versions of the metals that are in unwrought, semi-manufactured and powder forms.
Chinese unwrought aluminum and semis exports grew by 14% YoY in 1Q19 and remain unusually strong as a result of weak Chinese domestic consumption.
As for national export products, agglomerated iron ores and concentrates emerged as the top products exported in May of 2019 with BD60 million; unwrought aluminium alloys were positioned second products exported with a value of BD23 million; and aluminium wire stood third place for exported products with BD19 million.
China's unwrought copper imports rose 3.6 percent in April from the previous month, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs on Wednesday, as demand gathered momentum at the start of the peak-consumption second quarter.
Agglomerated iron ores and concentrates emerged as the top products exported in 2018 with BD372 million ($986.6 million); aluminium wires were positioned second with a value of BD280 million ($742.6 million); and unwrought aluminium alloys came in third place with BD190 million ($503.9 million).
The most exported products were those used in the automotive industry, such as catalysts, and the most imported products were platinum and platinum alloys, unwrought or in powder form, petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals (other than crude), flat-rolled products of iron or non-alloy steel, not clad, plated or coated, and other metals of the platinum group and alloys thereof, unwrought or in powder form.