After going through the worst of the periodic postwar depressions, prospects for the British steel industry at last begin to gleam, with current output showing a marked improvement on last year's figures. But optimism is clouded by friction between the Government and BSC over price levelsregarded by the Corporation as still too lowand scale of future development. Report by Roger Eglin of the Observer.
Industrial Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Oct 1, 1972