Salim Bhabhrawala (he/his/him) is currently the Critical Minerals Sector Lead at the U.S. Department of Commerce's Office of Materials Industries. He has a Bachelor's degree in International Economics from Michigan State University, and a Master's degree in Global Finance from the University of Denver. He has worked for Commerce's International Trade Administration for 21 years. Currently, Bhabhrawala works closely with the U.S. critical minerals, rare-earths, and advanced battery industries. He is the Designated Federal Officer for Commerce's newly formed Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Non-Ferrous Metals and Critical Minerals. He is also the head of the U.S. Government's delegation to the United Nation's International Metals Study Group.
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Spotlight on Nickel/Stainless: Focus on Future DemandMandalay Bay Ballroom K
Stainless steel recyclers continue to face a range of challenges including volatile raw material input prices, transportation bottlenecks, and a shifting global landscape. As the global economy continues to recover in 2022, learn about expected sources of demand growth for recycled stainless steel both in the United States and in key export markets around the world.