Consumers in the steel consuming industries have more purchasing power than ever as China has been pushing its exports.
But the industry is also struggling to adapt to the economic slowdown.
Industry analysts said China has already started making cuts in imports of steel and other materials and will continue to do so.
Steel output will likely fall, the steel industry is expected to fall even further in 2016, and the industry will also have to find more efficient ways to use its steel and cement.
As China’s economic slowdown hits the steel exporters, the industry faces a problem.
It has been growing at a pace that is too fast to adapt quickly to the new reality.
The steel industry has had to make some tough decisions about how to keep pace with the changing supply and demand dynamics.
The first step is to reduce the volume of its imports.
Steel industry executives have said the pace of imports will decline by 30 percent in the coming years.
That means it will be hard to absorb the drop in demand.
The industry is in the process of preparing to export more steel to Asia, and is looking for more ways to boost its export volume.
A number of companies have begun opening up new production facilities in China and are planning to expand their business operations in the country.
The companies have also set up manufacturing plants in the United States, but some are concerned that if their workers are unable to return to the United State to work, they could be displaced by the growing steel demand.
The second step is increasing exports.
The steel industry expects to see exports increase by more than 10 percent this year, up from 7 percent in 2016.
For the industry, this means that the demand for steel is increasing, but the supply is not.
A shortage of steel is a big problem because steel is so important in building a variety of products, including steel and steel products for building, building, and building products.
The demand for Chinese steel will grow, but so will the supply of steel.