Ukraine needs cancellation of anti-dumping duties in USA and prolongation of trade without duties with EU

The material of the future: why ferrous scrap has already become a strategic raw material

The demand for ferrous scrap is growing due to the global development of electro steel industry in the framework of decarbonization

What does the eighth package of sanctions mean for the steel industry of the EU and the Russian Federation

The European Commission expanded the list of restrictions, but postponed their entry into force until 2023-2024

European governments save steel industry from high electricity prices

Spot electricity prices vary across European countries, and governments are introducing packages of measures to overcome the energy crisis

Western sanctions had almost no effect on the work of the Russian iron and steel industry

After 6 months of war, steelmakers from the Russian Federation are experiencing difficulties with exporting products and buying spare parts for equipment

The European energy crisis created new opportunities for Asian steel producers

Also, the rise in energy prices and the war in Ukraine put the ambitious green transition of European steelmakers on pause

Will anti-dumping investigations against steel from the Russian Federation become a trend

Cheap Russian steel products lead to a drop in production and income of local manufacturers

World scrap metal prices are falling due to reduced steel production

Market operators expect that scrap prices will rise in autumn due to the increase in demand for steel

Steelmakers around the world are shutting down capacity due to falling demand

EU steel companies are waiting for an increase in demand and a rise in steel prices in the fall, but this may not happen

Iron ore market in EU is waiting for redistribution

Diversification of supplies is required due to expected export cut from Ukraine

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