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Crude steel output at China’s five major hubs declined amid production cut campaign, weaker demand

Last updated on August 23, 2021

Crude steel output in China's five major steelmaking hubs declined in July from a year earlier amid the government campaign to cut steel output, the Covid-19 resurgence and weaker demand in a traditional low season.

Crude steel output in Hebei province, the country's largest steelmaking hub, dropped 19.5 per cent in July from a year earlier to 18.13 million tonnes, according to data compiled by Mysteel consultancy.

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