Future policy for the UK Steel Industry

Thursday 15th September 2022

Theatre :  Supply Chain, Trade and Policy 

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Global developments in recent years have brought into focus the importance of national resilience. From energy, to semi-conductors, to basic materials, the convulsions of the global economy is undergoing, bring into sharp focus the importance of strengthening local supply chains and the dangers of an over-reliance on an increasingly concentrated number of global suppliers.

Against this backdrop, Gareth Stace will speak on the importance of a resilient domestic steel industry in the UK, and the policies we need from the government to secure it.

Gareth Stace, Director General of UK SteelGareth Stace Director General
UK Steel

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