CRU Breakfast 2021: Changing Role of China - EMEIA Session with Q&A

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Peter Ghilchik, John Johnson, Eoin Dinsmore, Robert Edwards

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Energy consumption control and green developments in China will create more supply constrains for energy-intensive industries in China. How will the EMEA market respond to this? China will seek further security of commodities supply amidst a backdrop of geopolitical challenges. How will this impact the bulk commodity markets, including iron ore and coal, in the APAC region? Markets are gaining greater clarity about China’s Dual Circulation strategy. How will this develop in the next few decades, what are the implications for scrap markets in the Americas and will there be a fight for scrap or two paralleled markets?
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