PARIS, June 30 (Reuters) - European steel giant Arcelor is not optimistic it will see a recovery in its markets this year and is not holding its breath for a rise in the price of steel. "We have seen no signs allowing us to anticipate a recovery in investment in 2003," Arcelor chief Guy Dolle said in an interview with Les Echos daily and released ahead of publication on Tuesday. Arcelor's performance in the automobile sector improved in both price and volume terms in the first half ...
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