New round of emergency curbs hit North and East China

A new round of emergency production curbs will be imposed on many steel mills in North and East China beginning in the next few days, Mysteel Global has learned, as a response to warnings from both the central and local meteorological administrations about air quality deteriorating in the near future.
On October 30, a five-day air-quality forecast posted on the website of China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) warned that emerging weather patterns suggested atmospheric pollution could intensify from October 31 and might last at least until the first few days of November in many areas in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei


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