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Indian Coking Coal Demand Poised for Significant Increase

23 Jun 2016 - India’s coking coal demand is likely to increase by 45 percent by 2020 as the country looks to expand its steel production, according to The (India) Economic Times.

China Calls U.S. Cold Rolled Duties 'Protectionist'

23 Jun 2016 - China is taking the United States to task after American trade officials affirmed anti-dumping and countervailing duties of more than 500 percent on Chinese cold rolled producers.

Steelworkers Accept Three-Year Labor Agreement with ArcelorMittal

23 Jun 2016 - The United Steelworkers union has ratified a three-year labor deal with ArcelorMittal USA, the union announced on Thursday.

U.S. Cold Rolled Producers Injured by Imports, U.S. Trade Commission Finds

22 Jun 2016 - American producers have been harmed by unfairly traded imports of cold rolled sheet from China and Japan, the U.S. International Trade Commission ruled on Wednesday.

U.S. Steel Canada, Essar Algoma Mills Won't Shut in Proposed Merger, Says Investment Firm

22 Jun 2016 - The investment firm planning to buy Canada’s Essar Steel Algoma has confirmed that it also is bidding on U.S. Steel Canada and intends to merge the two steelmakers, reports The (Toronto) Globe and Mail newspaper.

Nippon Steel Marks Start of Construction on U.S. Processing Plant

22 Jun 2016 - Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp. has broken ground on a US$50 million wire rod processing plant in the state of Indiana.

Billiton Forecasts Increased Demand for Coking Coal

21 Jun 2016 - BHP Billiton Ltd. said it believes that a rise in steel production from emerging economies – India’s economy especially – will drive long-term demand growth for coking coal, reports the Bloomberg news service.

U. S. Steel Investigating Incident at Edgar Thomson Plant

21 Jun 2016 - Firefighters were summoned to a fire at United States Steel Corp.’s Edgar Thomson plant on Monday evening, according to reports.

Tata Steel Might Break Up U.K. Business

20 Jun 2016 - Tata Steel announced in March that it would look to exit the United Kingdom and sell its strip business there, saying that it no longer saw a profitable future for the operation. Later, though, reports emerged that it may hold onto the business after all.

Report: Investment Firm Hopes to Merge the former Stelco, Essar Steel Algoma

20 Jun 2016 - A New York-based private equity firm has plans to acquire two ailing Canadian steelmakers and merge the businesses, reports The Hamilton Spectator newspaper.

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