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06 Feb 2013 by Metal-Pages
RTI posts record revenue in 2012, cautious on 2013

LONDON (Metal-Pages) 06-Feb-13.  US titanium fabricator RTI International Metals expects to see lower shipments of titanium mill products and modest growth in sales ...

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