China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) released two notices on its website on November 12 regarding winter restrictions in the Fenwei Plains and the Yangtze River Delta area over October 1-March 31 2020, with steel, coal and coke industries mentioned, though the focus has been on PM2.5 reduction and waste emission than any detailed and specific instructions in tackling coking, blast furnaces, and sintering.
After a six-year hiatus, China’s National Development and Reform Committee (NDRC), the country’s top economic planning body, has released its latest industrial restructuring guidelines, effective on January 1 2020, to direct the development of all the key 48 economic sectors including new energy, coal, steel, nonferrous metals and mining. The version, posted on the Committee’s
中国钢铁市场参与者是否在中国北方的“2 + 26”城市钢厂只是因为北京已为空气污染更高的门槛肯定会超过2020年11月至三月面临来自他们的地方当局在即将到来的冬季更严格的限制，分reduction, targeting to reduce the average PM2.5 density by 4% on year for the 2019 winter from last year’s 3% reduction.
China’s Premier Li Keqiang drafted a few economic development targets including a gross domestic product (GDP) growth at 6-6.5% and proposed a series of measures to support the domestic economic performance for 2019 when delivering his government report at the National People’s Congress annual session on March 5.
市场为支撑的“2 + 26”城市的新的限制措施影响2018年9月28日
Beijing’s shift of its focus onto detailed air pollution control guidelines for the “2+26” cities over October 1-March 31 2019, which differs from the specific and detailed blanket control over polluting industries including steel on their capacities,will by no meanssuggest “the loosening in control or lower severity in essence from the 2017 winter”, according
Changzhou city in East China’s Jiangsu province is among the latest to join Beijing’s drive to improve air quality, with the city explicitly instructing 48 local steel mills to continue to cut their daily steel output beginning July 25 and lasting possibly until year’s end, an official from Changzhou City Environmental Protection Bureau confirmed on July 30.