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Sharp price volatility in European steel and scrap markets is seen coming to an end in 2023, but pre-pandemic pricing levels are very unlikely to return, according to ArcelorMittal director of commercial profiles in Spain Juan Mañá Herranz. Higher prices will be supported by the international steel market and energy situation. “The price of sections rose by almost €300/tonne between 2021-22, but at the end of last year fell by €340/t.…
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