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Steel Shortage Forces Toyota to Temporarily Halt Production in Japan

03 Feb 2016 - The world’s leading automaker plans to halt all of its domestic assembly lines next week because of a parts shortage, which was brought on by an accident at an affiliated steel mill.

Environmental Concerns Prompt Closure of Major Iron Ore Terminal in Brazil

22 Jan 2016 - A Brazilian court has ordered one of the world’s primary iron ore import-export terminals to shut down owing to recurring pollution problems.

China's Steel Production Contracts for the First Time in 25 Years

19 Jan 2016 - For the first time in as long as many can remember, Chinese steelmakers produced less than they did the year before, according to reports.

Report: India's Steelmaking Capacity Might Triple in Next 10 Years

30 Dec 2015 - India’s annual steelmaking capacity is projected to reach approximately 300 million metric tons by 2026, according to the Business Standard newspaper.

New Coating Technology Put to Use in Offshore Well

29 Dec 2015 - Russia's TMK has shipped 32 metric tons of premium well products featuring its lubricant-free GreenWell polymer coating technology, the company has announced.

U. S. Steel's Granite City Works To Close in Mid-February, Union Official Says

11 Dec 2015 - United States Steel Corporation will begin winding down its Granite City Works in Illinois later this month, with workers beginning to be sent home on 27 December, according to the Belleville News-Democrat newspaper.

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