Changing steel tide to keep a lid on growth in demand
Apr 27, 2011 | 04:53 PM
| Daniel Gleeson
LONDON Chinas steel trade is changing, and with demand growth on course to slow, the country is unlikely to repeat the growth rates achieved in 2009 anytime soon.
"China is moving away from an export-based economy to a domestic one," said World Steel Association director-general designate Edwin Basson.....
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