Italy's steel sector decline signals bad omen for Europe


* Up to 30,000 jobs at risk in Italy * 28 mln tonnes at risk of shutdown in EU -analyst * Steel crisis triggers nationalisation talks By Maytaal Angel and Silvia Antonioli and Stephen Jewkes LONDON/MILAN, Dec 6 (Reuters) - Italy faces a deep crisis as its biggest steel plants struggle for survival, putting it in the forefront of a permanent decline in western Europe's steel sector and increasing cost pressures on many of the ...

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