Chinese steel mills are expected to deepen steel output cuts in March and lower ex-works prices due to depressed end-user demand and mounting finished steel inventories, market sources said Thursday.  Construction and manufacturing activity remains extremely slow in China this week, with less than a third of migrant workers have returned to their employers due to the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, outbreak, according to S&P Global Platts estimates. Manufacturing activity has resumed more quickly, but factories are unable to boost capacity utilization rates due to interrupted supply chains. Only around 27% of migrant workers had returned to their […]