We believe the approach [the restructuring] is the right one. We are working to do the right thing. We know the industry is in a bad state.
The fundamentals for this industry are very, very strong ... As we look at China and the growth and the development of urbanisation going 50 percent to 60 percent over time, that would demand about a billion tons of steel for China into the future.
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