Metal Movers: China flattens its full-year steel output

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China’s October steel output fell to its lowest level ever since December 2017. This episode of Metal Movers focuses on China’s next steps to reach its output and emissions targets.

Join Chris Newman, Senior Editor – Ferrous Markets, and Sharon Liao, Lead Analyst – Asia Steel, as they discuss the latest numbers for China’s steel production, including seasonal restrictions, export numbers, domestic demand and the impact of Beijing’s 2022 Winter Olympics.

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