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China’s scrap-steel imports ‘symbolic’ after two-year ban lifted, will not reduce need for iron ore

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s first deals to import scrap steel since lifting a two-year ban on it last week are “symbolic” and do not signal that the country is set to significantly reduce its demand for iron ore as the key steelmaking ingredient, according to analysts.The ban on scrap steel for steel production was lifted from the start of January after China had prohibited its import to prevent the global dumping of low-grade scrap “waste” since late-2018.Last week, new standards were also formalised by…

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China’s first deals to import scrap steel since lifting a two-year ban on it last week are “symbolic” and do not signal that the country is set to significantly reduce its demand for iron ore as the key steelmaking ingredient, according to analysts.The ban on scrap steel for steel production was lifted from the start of January after China had prohibited its import to prevent the global dumping of low-grade scrap “waste” since late-2018.Last week, new standards were also formalised by…

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