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Poor Demand for Stainless Steel Triggers Production Shift
May 23,2017 11:10CST
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One stainless steel mill in southwest China adjusted production plan from April given poor demand in the stainless steel market.

SHANGHAI, May 23 (SMM) – One stainless steel mill in southwest China adjusted production plan from April given poor demand in the stainless steel market, Shanghai Metals Market learns. 

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The plant, originally producing about 45,000-50,000 tonnes of stainless steel per month, has shifted to producing common-carbon steel. After the shift, the plant’s monthly stainless steel output is about 30,000 tonnes. 

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