Week in Review: Indian Steel Assets, Balkan Growth and U.S.-China Trade Talks
Before we head into the extended Memorial Day weekend, let’s take a look back at the week that was and some of the stories here on MetalMiner:
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- Domestic steel momentum has slowed down of late, writes MetalMiner’s Irene Martinez Canorea.
- The resolution of stressed steel assets in India could have a transformative effect on the market, according to a new report.
- The Balkan region might be a source of great growth in the coming years, writes MetalMiner’s Stuart Burns.
- Burns takes a look at the state of productivity in the West.
- The U.S. Department of the Interior published a finalized list of minerals deemed to be critical to the U.S. economy and national security.
- Burns checks in on the U.S. and China’s trade talks.
- Chinese mining operations in a disputed region of the Himalayas has some referring to the development as a “flashpoint” in the Sino-Indian relationship.
- Steelmakers are enjoying a strong run, but the question is: how long can it last?
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