Value-added goods from Colorado gain traction in China - Denver Post - By Aldo Svaldi

13 May 2014 4:04 PM | Karen Gerwitz (Administrator)
Colorado continues to export more advanced technology goods and fewer waste products to China, according to a report Monday from the U.S.-China Business Council. "They don't need the scrap as much," said Michael Rosen, manager of Atlas Metal & Iron Corp., who has seen his sales to that country decline. China is the state's third-largest trading partner after Canada and Mexico, purchasing $745 million worth of Colorado goods last year, up from $705 million in 2012.