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16 Jan 2020
Inside the $600m steel project set to create 3,500 jobs for Nigerians
17 Nov 2019
The federal government says it will soon ban the importation of iron and steel to checkmate influx of substandard products into the country.
9 Aug 2019
Oil advanced for the first time this week after Saudi Arabia signaled it's taking steps to stabilize the market, which has been rocked by the escalating U.S.-China trade war. Bloomberg's Alix Steel, Tina Davis, Mike McGlone and Luzi-Ann Javier discuss volatility in the commodity markets that caused gold to hit $1,500 and iron ore prices to enter a bear market.
23 May 2019
The UK's second-largest steel maker has been battling a financial crunch over the past year. A court has now ordered its liquidation, leaving thousands of workers staring at job losses.

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