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mar 29

ArcelorMittal to raise $3 billion after Chinese steel exports hit profits

General view of the ArcelorMittal steel plant in Liege September 18, 2012.

ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest steelmaker, launched plans on Friday for a $3 billion share issue to help reduce debt and cut costs, having been hit by a plunge in steel prices which it blamed on a surge in cheap exports from China. ArcelorMittal’s share price has dropped 60 percent in the past 12 months, cutting …

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mar 22

Alcoa sees resilient global demand in 2016

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  Alcoa, the US aluminium group, expects global demand for the metal to grow 6 per cent this year, only slightly slower than 2015, in spite of the volatility in financial markets. Klaus Kleinfeld, chief executive, said increased market volatility could have an impact on growth but he expected aluminium demand to keep growing, provided …

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mar 15

VIII Congreso Nacional de Materiales, Maquinaria y Montaje de Refractarios – Oviedo del 28 al 29 de Junio del 2016

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VIII Congreso Nacional de Materiales, Maquinaria y Montaje de Refractarios – Oviedo del 28 al 29 de Junio del 2016

mar 14

Publication | 16th EP Ceramics Forum – report

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mar 09

World steel chief calls Chinese glut ‘serious and critical’

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The global steel industry is reeling amid a plunge in steel prices, a flood of low-priced imports from China and other countries, and a collapse in investment in pipes for oil drilling as a result of tumbling crude prices. USA TODAY economics reporter Paul Davidson spoke about these challenges with Wolfgang Eder, chairman of the …

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