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Panel II: East/West Flat'Rolled Poker: Who's Holding the Chips?
Moderator:Becky E. Hites, Managing Partner, World Steel Dynamics, USA
Panellists:Abu Bucker Husain, CEO, Al Ghurair Iron and Steel, UAE
Antonio Marcegaglia, CEO, Marcegaglia Spa, Italy
Erkan Kafadar, General Manager, Borcelik, Turkey
Gorkem Bolaca, Director, Tat Metal, Turkey
Miguel Marques, General Manager Bamesa and Managing Director Bami, Turkey
Tayfun İşeri, Commerical Coordinator, Colakoglu, Turkey

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PANEL III: Global Steel Demand: Economic Recovery to the Rescue. When?
Moderator: Peter F. Marcus, Managing Partner, World Steel Dynamics
Panelists: Craig T. Bouchard, Founder of Shale-Inland and Cambelle-Inland, Shale-Inland Holdings
Sean Hoover, US Metals Leader, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Ali Hosseini, President & CEO, Alita USA
Dmytry Nikolaenko, Director of Sales and Member of Executive Committee, Metinvest

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The U.S. economy is highly dynamic: businesses open and close, workers switch jobs and start new enterprises, and innovative technologies redefine the workplace and enhance productivity. With globalization markets have also become more interconnected. Measuring business activity in this rapidly evolving environment increasingly requires tracking complex interactions among firms, establishments, employers, and employees. presents strategies for improving the accuracy, timeliness, coverage, and integration of data that are used in constructing aggregate economic statistics, as well as in microlevel analyses of topics ranging from job creation and destruction and firm entry and exit to innovation and productivity. This book offers recommendations that could be enacted by federal statistical agencies to modernize the measurement of business dynamics, particularly the production of information on small and young firms that can have a disproportionately large impact in rapidly expanding economic sectors. It also outlines the need for effective coordination of existing survey and administrative data sources, which is essential to improving the depth and coverage of business data.

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Panel II: Steel Marketplace: Developing Effective Supply Lines
Moderator: Becky E. Hites,, Managing Partner, World Steel Dynamics, USA
Panelists: Nasser Alaghband, Chief Executive Officer, Balli Steel, UK
George Kirps, Executive Vice President,, EUROMETAL, Luxembourg
Ralph Oppenheimer, Chairman, Stemcor, UK
Jouke Schaap, General Manager, Breakbulk Department, Port of Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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