steel

Aerial Views Of Tata Steel Plant In Port Talbot

Greybull Capital Acquires Tata Steel, Revives British Steel, Saves Jobs

The acquisition of Greybull Capital of Tata Steel's UK long product business will save thousands of jobs and was accepted by the steelworkers after two years of uncertainty.

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Billionaire Gina Rinehart Hosts Tour of Roy Hill Iron Ore Mine Construction

Iron Ore Climbs as China Property Market Recover

Price of iron ore rallies as China's property market showed further sign of recovery. Surge in the price of iron ore also correlated with increase in steel futures.

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Workers Sacked After Toy Factories Shutdown In South China Amid Global Financial Crisis

China to lay off 6 million state workers

China has decided to layoff millions of workers from 'zombie enterprises' in the next two to three years. For relocating retrenched workers, the government will spend Yuan 100 billion ($15.27 billion). China's economy is suffering from industrial overcapacity and pollution levels.

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A Visit To The Last Old Steel Mill In Chongqing

Chinese industrial overcapacity posing a major threat to global economy

Industrial overcapacity in China may have adverse impact on the domestic market and global economy. A number of new units came up owing to easily available loans and government subsidies in the world's second largest economy. A latest report calls for more radical measures including greater privatization to streamline the Chinese domestic industry.

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Steel

Iron Ore Settles at $50, Keeping up with Declining Demand

Iron ore futures approached $50 a tonne Monday, the lowest it has been in three months, going down almost 10 percent in just two weeks. Reuters reported that the $50 a tonne price is a sign that losses will continue after Dalian futures slumped lower on Tuesday as Chinese steel producers cut output due to the decline in demand of iron ore.

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Steelmaker

ThyssenKrupp gets break, obtains extension of credit lines

In a move designed to avoid default, ThyssenKrupp was able to receive an extension of its credit lines from banks before its planned share sale.

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ThyssenKrupp

ThyssenKrupp CFO says sale of Americas units still a go

According to ThyssenKrupp CFP Guido Kerkhoff, there are still plans to sell off its Americas units, under certain conditions.

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Posco

Posco backs out from project in India

The South Korean steel making company pulls out from deal to put up US $5.5 billion plant after land acquisition became difficult.

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