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Q3 20: not so bad, but all eyes are on the financial restructuring

19/11/20 -"Q3 results were decent Cost-cutting, the higher contribution of the iron-ore mine and some mix impact have all helped The negotiations on the financial restructuring (debt-to-equity swap) are only ..."

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