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Listen: Changing trade flows: how China is helping CIS steel bounce back

  • Featuring
  • Laura Varriale    Wojtek Laskowski    Katya Bouckley
  • Commodity
  • Metals
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  • 18:57

The CIS steel industry has emerged from pandemic demand slumps relatively quickly thanks to Chinese demand and government incentives in Russia. Although further challenges lie ahead, production cuts at steel mills appear to be less severe than at their European peers.

Platts Managing Editor Laura Varriale is joined by Platts Metals Editors Katya Bouckley and Wojtek Laskowski to discuss the current shape of Russia and Ukraine's steel industry.

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