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Russia-Ukraine war causes steel shortage in Finland

15 Apr 2022 15:24 reported by Raul Lee

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The Finnish construction industry is experiencing unprecedented difficulties due to the crisis in Ukraine.

According to the Finnish Construction Industries Confederation, about a quarter of the steel used in Finland came from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus.

Not only the construction sector, the shortage of steel products also affected the technology and automotive industries, the largest employers in Finland.

The problems caused by the crisis in Ukraine are deeper than the COVID-19 pandemic, the confederation commented.

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