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Sahaviriya Steel Industries, Thailand’s biggest steelmaker, made a net loss of 15.9 billion baht ($530 million) last year, after re-launching its UK slab plant ahead of a major slump in global steel prices.
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RT @AsaEkdahl: @APeciccia_SF A key element in sustainability is the correct balance between environment, economic and social #steeltalks
To what degree will India's steel industry be supported by domestic iron ore output following regulatory changes/bans? #steeltalks @jswsteel
#steeltalks As iron ore prices have hit rock-bottom, is upstream integration into mining sector still an advantage? @jswsteel @Tatasteelltd
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