We have passed the Ides of March, typically known as the days of full moons and holidays on the Roman calendar -- or the date that Emperor Julius Caesar met his demise -- and immortalized by the great Bard himself, William Shakespeare.
For the global steel industry, this time of the year has come to be known as the time when international trade breathed its last. A little dramatic, perhaps, but we have certainly seen the steel export life sucked out of some traditional powerhouses and breathed into others, as the Metals Meltdown team reports.
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