Forecasting steel metallic prices out to 2020

Russell Egge, Principal Consultant for Metal Bulletin Research
You are kindly invited to attend a special webinar dedicated to Metal Bulletin Research’s latest long-term forecast for the global steel metallics industry. MBR will provide an analysis of past trends and forecasts to 2020 for the complete supply chain of the world steel metallics industry for all the key products and sectors.
Jul 12 2012
37 mins
Forecasting steel metallic prices out to 2020
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  • Forecasting steel metallic prices out to 2020 Recorded: Jul 12 2012 37 mins
    You are kindly invited to attend a special webinar dedicated to Metal Bulletin Research’s latest long-term forecast for the global steel metallics industry. MBR will provide an analysis of past trends and forecasts to 2020 for the complete supply chain of the world steel metallics industry for all the key products and sectors.
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