Lower margin risk amid another profitable year for steelmakers

AFTER a strong 2021, thanks to higher selling prices, many steel producers could be looking at compressed margins and a normalisation in selling prices this year.

Amid the expected recovery in demand, steel players are already facing a rise in raw material prices such as iron ore, coupled with higher energy and freight costs.

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