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China's steel mills get unexpected boost during G20 agenda

When Beijing ordered hundreds of industrial factoires to close ahead of China's first-ever G20 summit next week, the government wanted to spruce up the host city of Hangzhou and ensure world leaders would gather under clear blue skies.

In doing so,China's leaders may have given the nation's stricken steel miles an inadvertent leg-up,helping to restore profitability after a years-long downturn caused by weak prices as a global glut swelled an demand slowed.

Steel prices have jumped as much as 42 percent since later May,with the unexpected turn in fortunes all the more striking as the health of the global steel industry is set to feature on the G20 agenda amid escalating tentions over Chinese exports.

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