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COVID-19 crushing China's steel and iron ore demand

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Listen: COVID-19 crushing China's steel and iron ore demand

Steel and raw materials markets have been particularly affected by the coronavirus, as two of the key demand sectors – construction and manufacturing – remain in limbo awaiting workers to return. Meanwhile, deliveries of raw materials have been held up by logistical constraints, while mills are tentatively starting to trade again.

Paul Bartholomew, S&P Global Platts head of market insight for metals in Asia-Pacific, is joined by Keith Tan, Platts senior managing editor for steel and raw materials, and Niki Wang, who heads up the Platts iron ore pricing team, to discuss the current market situation in China amid the COVID-19 outbreak.