Italy steel manufacturers look abroad to cope with ILVA crisis


By Lisa Jucca MILAN, May 29 (Reuters) - Italian manufacturers have started to turn to foreign makers of flat steel, fearing supply disruptions at crisis-hit ILVA, their usual provider now mired in an environmental and corruption inquiry. The giant ILVA plant in the southern town of Taranto, which makes 40 percent of Italy's steel, is at the centre of a judicial probe over its toxic emissions. Magistrates ordered its partial closure in July but ...


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