China steel output fell at start of December, says Cisa
Dec 18, 2011 | 10:11 PM
China's steel output fell again in early December, as mills faced a financial squeeze and a cloudy outlook for prices.
Estimated daily production of crude steel fell to 1.674 million tonnes in the first ten days of December, down from 1.685
million tonnes in the late-November....
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