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Filipino Steelmakers Eye US$1 Billion in Capital Investments

05 Dec 2016 - Steelmakers plan to invest about US$1 billion in the Filipino steel industry over the next five years, reports the Manila Standard newspaper. 

SMS Wraps Up Project on German EAF

05 Dec 2016 - SMS group has completed upgrades to an electric arc furnace at Germany’s Georgsmarienhütte GmbH, the equipment manufacturer has announced.

India Extends Import Protection for 19 Steel Products

05 Dec 2016 - The Indian government is extending a minimum import price for 19 steel products, but is allowing the measure to lapse for many others.

A New Use for Slag? Dutch Researchers Think They Might Have One.

05 Dec 2016 - Researchers at a Dutch university are undertaking a four-year research project that will explore whether it’s possible, or even feasible, to use slag as an alternative to cement.  

Commerce Department Finalizes Anti-Dumping Duties on Cut-to-Length Plate

01 Dec 2016 - The U.S. Department of Commerce has set final dumping rates of between 42% and 94.1% on cut-to-length plate from Turkey, Brazil and South Africa.

Report: Indian Steelmaker Joins Group Bidding on Italian Steelworks

01 Dec 2016 - India’s JSW Steel has joined a group of investors looking to acquire Italy’s Ilva steel plant, according to the Reuters news service.

South Korean Pipe Maker Establishes U.S. Manufacturing Presence

01 Dec 2016 - Looking to ensure access to the U.S. market, South Korea’s SeAH Steel has acquired two U.S. OCTG mills in Houston, Texas, reports The Korea Times.

Praxair Didn't at First Succeed, And Now It's Trying Again

30 Nov 2016 - Industrial gas supplier Praxair is looking to renew merger talks with Linde, its German rival, the company said on Tuesday.

Tata UK Finds a Buyer for its Specialty Steel Business

29 Nov 2016 - Tata Steel Ltd. has a preliminary deal to sell its U.K.-based specialty steel business to Sanjeev Gupta’s Liberty House Group, the company has announced. 

Tata Disputes Former Chairman's Charge That Company Paid Too Much for Corus

23 Nov 2016 - A month after Cyrus Mistry was ousted as chairman of Indian conglomerate Tata Group’s holding company, the war of words between Mistry and the company is continuing. 

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