China’s largest privately-owned tinplate mill has tentatively resumed operations after the coronavirus lockdown and a financial crisis shut down its production lines. Comat re-opened in June to supply tinplate on a contract basis to customers of a single state-owned company. Its mill, in eastern China’s Wuxi city, was closed before the Chinese Lunar New Year…

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