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China’s top steelmakers see strong demand in 2021, but slow shift to carbon neutrality

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Demand for steel in China will remain buoyant this year amid a steady pipeline of infrastructure projects, while long-term plans to curb production to meet carbon emissions targets are expected to proceed slowly, Chinese steel producers say.Ahead of the National People’s Congress in Beijing on Friday, congress deputies and heads of some of the biggest steel mills in China, including Hunan Valin Iron and Steel Group and Xinyu Iron & Steel, said a decline in output to curb pollution was unlikely…

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Demand for steel in China will remain buoyant this year amid a steady pipeline of infrastructure projects, while long-term plans to curb production to meet carbon emissions targets are expected to proceed slowly, Chinese steel producers say.Ahead of the National People’s Congress in Beijing on Friday, congress deputies and heads of some of the biggest steel mills in China, including Hunan Valin Iron and Steel Group and Xinyu Iron & Steel, said a decline in output to curb pollution was unlikely…

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