India's steel demand is likely to face a sharp decline of 18 per cent in 2020, while global steel demand is expected to contract 6.4 percent to 1.654 million tonnes (MT) due to the CoVID-19 crisis, as per industry body World Steel Association (worldsteep.According to official fioures. India consumed over 100 MT steel durino 2019. "In 2020. worldsteel forecasts that steel demand will contract by 6.4 per cent. dropping to 1.654 MT due to the COVID-19 crisis." the worldsteel said in its latest Short Ranoe Qutlook (SRO) a publication on steel demand scenarioSteel demand in developed economies is expected to decline by 17.1 per cent in 2020. Although the downturn is led by consumer and service sectors, massive dislocations in spending, labor markets, and confidence are fuelling declines in steel-using sectors, the global body said. "While. the steel demand in the developing economies excluding China is expected to fall by 11.6 per cent in 2020. India is likely to face an 18 per cent decline in steel demand in 2020, which will rebound by 15 per cent in 2021." it added.In India. it said, the government implemented the most stringent nationwide lockdown measures in the worlo brinaing industrial operations to a standstill. Construction activity was halted entirely at the end of March, and recovery is expected to remain subdued due to the slow migration of laborers. Further. supply chain disruptions coupled with slower demand recovery will hit the steel-usina industries like the automotive and machinery sectors.On demand recovery worldsteel said alohal steel demand is expected to recover by 3 8 ner cent to 1 717 MT in 2021. The reduction in alobal steel demand will be mitioated by an expected faster recovery in China than in the rest of the world. In India, the government's support to rural income, as well as expected consumption related to the upcoming festive season will help in substantial recovery of demand for consumntion-driven.manufacturing goods in the second half, it saicSupported by the government stimulus, recovery in construction will be led by infrastructure investment such as railways. The demand in India will rebound by 15 per cent in 2021, it said.
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