China’s daily crude steel output dips in mid-October

By IM Staff
Published: Thursday, 01 November 2018

Major Chinese steel mills cut their crude steel output mildly in the middle of October, while their finished steel inventories continued to rise.

By Jessica Zong

China Iron & Steel Association (Cisa) members produced crude steel at an average rate of 1.95 million tonnes per day during the second 10 days of October, down 2% from 1.99 million tonnes per day during the first 10...

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