China’s Average Daily Steel Output Expected to Jump in March

China’s steel production might “erupt” in mid-March when anti-pollution operating restrictions are lifted, reports the Reuters news service. 时间钢铁超市TSS 中国模具钢网 (27)

Producers in the country’s northern industrial region are currently working under orders to curtail output as a means to limit air pollution during the winter heating season. However, the curtailments expire 15 March, and with margins still healthy, producers are eager to ramp back up, Reuters said.
Source: AIST