Why are steel prices so high when iron ore prices have crashed? Because: China

Why are steel prices so high when iron ore prices have crashed? Because: China
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China, which makes 57% of the world's steel, plans to shrink its output this year—which means that chronic shortages of new cars and other products are likely to continue into the near future.

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