Three things we've learned from the steel crisis

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David Powell at the New Economics Foundation argues the steel crisis could offer an opportunity to build a greener industry

It's been a week since the news broke of Tata Steel's decision to put its UK operations up for sale, triggering a tsunami of recrimination and finger-pointing. Things are moving fast and the below analysis...

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