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Heavy Metal

29 March 2016 By Andy Critchlow

The Port Talbot plant probably can’t survive in a world flooded with cheap Chinese steel. Yet it has hung on stubbornly long. Across markets like iron, oil and steel, the idea that price wars drive high-cost suppliers to the wall is proving more complicated than once thought.

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