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India’s minister of state for steel, Vishnu Deo Sai, announced on Friday September 19, that the government will unveil a new policy to drive up steel production to 300 million tpy by 2025.
Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) has cut its 2014 finished steel consumption forecast for China and also expects steel demand to fall, if only on an apparent basis.
What will happen to Chinese prices if or when export volumes begin to fall? Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) examines the indicators.
Will European steelmakers succeed with price rises in Q2 2014?
#FEATURE #Sweden’s #ironore miners count cost of sustainability http://t.co/UI2nrYD8Qf #mining @NNasman_SF
#Eurofer director general to step down at end of September, reasons still unclear http://t.co/QwkiQKybKM #steel @EUROFER_eu @EMiddelbeek_SF
#German E3 #scrap prices stay put in September as order levels from #NRW are down http://t.co/wA04xUFcpU #E3 #Schrott
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