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Japan’s iron and steel imports fell for a twelfth consecutive month on a year-on-year basis in October, according to the Japan Iron & Steel Federation (JISF).
Metal Bulletin Research (MBR) looks at how Turkish mills have adapted to growing competition from Chinese long steel exports.
Knowing which statistics to forecast is key when trying to predict how much Chinese steel demand will be next year and, as a corollary, what impact this could have, if any, on steel exports and in-turn crude steel output.
China’s consumers are looking more confident these days, but the country’s steelmakers remain firmly in the red.
While China is in the midst of an economic slowdown, industrial activity appears to have stabilised.
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