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Meeting the Challenge : U.S. Industry Faces the 21St Century the Basic Steel Industry

By Berg, David R.

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Title: Meeting the Challenge : U.S. Industry Faces the 21St Century the Basic Steel Industry  
Author: Berg, David R.
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Language: English
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Technical Reference Publication

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Introduction: This study focuses on the product and service industry that enables the U.S. and, to a lesser extent, other nations to meet their environmental objectives. Few industries will have a greater impact on the sustainability of economic growth and future prosperity in the U.S. Yet, the industry is viewed by its leaders as being in transition. The study therefore places significant emphasis on the critical policy choices that face the industry itself, its customers, and government. It also contains the thoughts of industry leaders?and many of their customers?about how government policies can provide a climate that is conducive to an improved competitive position of the industry. This is particularly important because of the potential support the industry can provide to other sectors of the economy in achieving simultaneously national economic and environmental objectives.

Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 5 2. THE ENVIRONMENTAL INDUSTRY TODAY ............................................. 7 Industry Definition and Performance ................................................... 8 Varying Competitiveness of the Industry?s Sectors .......................... 11 3. FORCES THAT SHAPE THE ENVIRONMENTAL MARKETPLACE ................................................................................... 15 Changing Customer Expectations ....................................................... 15 The Changing Value of Regulatory ?Command and Control? ................................................................. 22 4. THE INDUSTRY?S CONCERNS FOR THE FUTURE ................................... 26 Reinvention of the Environmental Industry ...................................... 27 Government?s Role in Creating Markets and Fostering Technology ................................................................. 28 Industry and Government: Meeting the Global Challenge ................................................................................. 33

 

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