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Strengthening steel prices in China: Sentiment-driven or sustainable recovery?

With Paul Bartholomew

March 29, 2016 06:12:00 EST (3:01)

China's steel market has been heating up since the start of 2016. In this video, Platts senior managing editor Paul Bartholomew analyzes how factors like announcements from the recent National People's Congress and the planned production cuts in Tangshan have contributed to recent steel price movements. He also looks at whether or not the steel price resurgence in China is merely sentiment driven or if it's set for a more sustainable run.

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