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Watch: Charting Asia's steel markets after the Lunar New Year

With market activity gradually returning after the Lunar New Year break, S&P Global Platts Managing Editor Keith Tan shares how post-holiday supply in China may fall short of pent-up demand. He also examines the market trend in Southeast Asia as mills switch to billet from scrap, and looks at the surge in iron ore prices following the dam breach at a Vale mine in Brazil and how it might affect steel prices moving forward.

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