Broken trade flows

Steel scrap outlook: Where will the US steel market get its prime scrap?

Limited supplies of steel scrap and alternative steelmaking raw materials have sent shockwaves through the US steel market. Broken trade flows, inflated steel prices and the pull of decarbonization have changed the way US steelmakers think, plan and run their day-to-day operations. Is the US steel industry seeing an end to globalization and entering a new era of domestic sovereignty? Read the full article here.

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