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Asia’s slab import prices have recently moved up due to limited supply from the CIS, but the increase is still modest as iron ore costs are at a five-year low while the flat steel market remains depressed.
The premium connections market has been dominated by three manufacturers. Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) examines whether this is starting to change.
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?
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