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Both the North American and Brazilian markets have strong growth potential stemming from infrastructure-related activity, Gerdau’s global chief financial officer Harley Scardoelli told attendees at Fastmarkets’ 2020 Steel Success Strategies Online conference on Wednesday October 28.
Thirty years from now, the global steel industry will likely use more briquetted iron products and scrap and hardly any steelworkers, executives said during the “Steel Industry 2050" panel at Fastmarkets’ 2020 Steel Success Strategies Online conference.
Peak Resources will build the UK’s first rare earths refinery after the Australia-listed mining company took out a £1.85-million ($2.63 million) lease on a production site in Redcar on the River Tees in North Yorkshire, England.
Brazil’s northern ports - the so-called Northern Arc - will be pivotal in driving the country’s corn and soybean exports over the next decade due to the new investments that will continue to improve the region’s infrastructure, sources said.
Fastmarkets analyst William Adams and reporter Alexander Cook size up the cobalt market ahead of LME Week, which begins Monday October 11
A research report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has found graphite to be the metal with the largest indicated potential shortage in the energy transition sector, followed by cobalt, vanadium and nickel
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