Steel Overview

January 2005
U.S. Industry Quarterly Review: Metals;2005 1st Quarter, p65
Industry Profile
Industry Overview
Focuses on the performance of the U.S. steel industry as of January 2005. Status of steel prices in 2004; Demand for hot-rolled sheet in 2005; Supply of sheets for 2005; Forecast on the performance of steel trade.


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