China’s crude steel output fell in 2021 for first time since 2015, second annual drop in nearly 40 years

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China's annual crude steel production declined in 2021 for the first time in six years, retreating from a record high in 2020, as the world's largest steel producer steps up efforts to achieve its carbon-peaking and carbon-neutrality goals.

The country's crude steel output reached 1.03 billion tonnes in 2021, falling 3% from the previous year, showed data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) on Monday, the first . . .

 

 

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