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China's steel market remains weak; Iron ore prices fall to lowest since Oct 2009

Featuring Paul Bartholomew

September 9, 2014 05:00:00 EST (3:20 mins)

Paul Bartholomew, Platts managing editor for steel in Australia, talks about the decline of iron ore prices, the record volume of exports from Port Hedland in Australia, and the outlook for the Chinese steel market for the rest of the year.

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