Beijing development could become a mini-Shenzhen in terms of metal demand
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) will cut steel production by 50 million tonnes...
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Chinese production cuts not likely without repayments
The galvanising agent has been getting into the spirit of the games
Net selling hits big firms but happier times ahead
World's biggest producer stays true to form
Steel makers and governments must recognise they are in this together
But rally has started to lose steam
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