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Union Workers Ratify Arcelormittal Quebec Mine Contract

Union workers at ArcelorMittal’s Mont-Wright iron ore mine in northern Quebec have ratified a new four-year contract with the steelmaker, the world’s largest, the United Steelworkers union said

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India Plans Land ‘Swaps’ To Attract Steel Investors: Steel Secretary

India is drafting a land-for-assets policy among a raft of measures aimed at attracting foreign investment into the world’s third largest steel producing market

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India May Make Local Steel Mandatory In Government Infrastructure Projects

The Union Cabinet may clear a proposal on Wednesday to make usage of local steel mandatory for government’s infrastructure projects

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Liberty House To Add 300 New UK Steel Jobs, Invest £20 Million

Liberty House, the industrial and commodities group that is buying up steel assets around the world, will add 300 UK jobs at the speciality steels business it bought from Tata Steel this year

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India Set To Topple Japan As Largest Steel Producer By 2018-19, Says Lobby Group President

After recently becoming the net exporter of steel for the first time, the Indian steel sector is now poised to grab the second position from Japan as the largest steel producer by 2018-19

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ArcelorMittal Consortium Submits Top Bid For Italian Steel Plant

The rival group that includes India's JSW Steel bid 1.2 billion euros for the Ilva plant, the three sources with direct knowledge of the bids said

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Japan Asks WTO To Set Up Settlement Panel In India Steel Dispute

Japan in December asked for WTO dispute consultations with India over steel safeguard duties and a minimum import price for iron and steel products

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ArcelorMittal, Marcegaglia Make Offer For Italy's Ilva Steel Plant

Italy took over the loss-making Ilva plant, Europe's largest by capacity, in 2015 to save thousands of jobs and clean up the polluted site in the southern Italian city of Taranto

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Why Sajjan Jindal Celebrates Boom Amidst Doom

Naina Sood explains how Sajjan Jindal and JSW have found a sweet spot in steel and power.

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Steel Production Likely To Be Higher In 2017-18: Report

The country has gained the position of third largest crude steel producer in the world and is largely focusing on increasing production

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Tata Steel UK Agrees To Sell Speciality Steel Business To Liberty House

The speciality division is one of the world's biggest suppliers for the aerospace industry, with customers including Rolls-Royce, Boeing and Airbus

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Tata Steel Reports First Profit In Five Quarters

Tata Steel, which also has operations in Europe, said its UK subsidiary had reached an agreement with trade unions to progress towards closing a pension scheme

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Will 2017 Be Different For Steel And Power Companies?

Sutanu Guru takes a look at the many deals brewing in the Indian steel sector; taken together, JSPL, Essar Steel and Bhushan Steel account for much more than Rs 1 lakh crores in unpaid debt

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Tata Steel's UK Pensions Trustee Warns Deficit To Surge

Tata Steel has held talks to merge its European assets with Germany's Thyssenkrupp, but the success of those talks hinges on Tata being able to separate itself from its British pension scheme

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