FRANKFURT, Dec 21 (Reuters) - German steel and engineering group ThyssenKrupp aims to help shape the inevitable consolidation in the worldwide steel sector, Chief Executive Ekkehard Schulz said in a German magazine interview. "ThyssenKrupp has helped determine in a major way the consolidation process in the German and European steel industry since the mid-1990s," he told FocusMoney in an interview released on Tuesday. "Globally this process is not over by a long shot. We will play an ...
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