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Watch: Will China's steel production, capacity additions result in another export flood?

Global steel markets are looking for better times in Q3 but a number of worrisome factors are emerging. The biggest of these is China's raging crude steel production and capacity build-out. Beijing will likely support infrastructure and other segments to offset any detrimental impact from ongoing tariff tensions with the US. But will it be enough to absorb all of the steel China produces? S&P Global Platts senior managing editor for steel industries and policies Paul Bartholomew examines the market.