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Quartz Business Media Ltd.

Quartz House 20 Clarendon Road, RH1 1QX Redhill, Surrey
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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Steel Times International April 2019

If you live in the United Kingdom, like I do, don’t moan about Donald Trump. Take a look at the state of the British Government first and the fiasco that is Brexit. We are, quite literally, the laughing stock of the world. I’ll admit now that I feel ashamed to be British as our ‘career politicians’, especially those in the Conservative Party, set about ruining the country and ignoring bigger, more pressing issues, such as poverty, inequality and knife crime.

There are people who moan about Mr Trump. Most of them are Democrats in the USA who must be reeling from Trump’s recent exoneration following the publication of the 300-page plus Mueller Report. In a nutshell there was no collusion with the Russians, which must be good news for Trump supporters.

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Steel Times International is an English language journal. It contains a digest of global news, events, statistics, and stockholding news, as well as more detailed technical articles, company and country profiles, conference reports and regular regional economic briefings.

The target readership are managers and CEOs in the steel industry, but it is also widely read by stockholders, members of research organisations, technical consultants and business consultants.

In addition to its regular eight issues a year Steel Times International publishes technical supplements and foreign language supplements in Chinese, Russian and Spanish for distribution in the appropriate regions.

Matthew Moggridge