BMW fires up plan to boost green steel procurement

James Murray
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Auto giant sets target to ensure 40 per cent of the steel used in its European plants comes from low carbon sources

The nascent green steel market received a further boost earlier this month, after BMW became the latest high profile brand to commit to a rapid increase in demand for low carbon steel. The German auto...

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