Power shift in iron ore affecting supply, price dynamics
Jan 31, 2012 | 07:00 PM
| Bill Beck
One of the quiet trends in North American iron ore during the past decade has been the transition from steelmaker ownership of the continents iron ore mines to a concentration in the hands of several large steelmakers and one major merchant producer/seller of iron ore. That ownership change has divided the steel industry in North America into two groups: those who have their own ore supplies and those who must buy their....
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