PUBLICATION

Steel Times International

AUTHORS

Kevin Norchi, Matthias Lomas, Raquel Picornell

Mexico Steel 2018 STI Release

February 05, 2018

Despite headwinds such as the NAFTA renegotiations, Mexico’s steel sector is seeing large investments by the likes of Ternium and ArcelorMittal and is moving up the value chain, driven by a booming automotive sector.

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