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Ailing Icon Thyssenkrupp Seeks Partners For Steel, Warship Units

Hoping to stop the bleeding of cash and restore investor confidence, the group also pooled businesses worth 6 billion euros ($6.6 billion) of sales and employing 20,000, about 13% of total staff

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Tata Steel Dutch Workers Groups Blast Plans For Job Cuts

The company's works council said that Theo Henrar has been dismissed in what they described as "incomprehensible and ill-considered" decisions made in the interests of Tata Steel UK at the expense of the Dutch arm.

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GAIL Halts LNG Imports At Ratnagiri Port

GAIL hopes to resume receiving cargoes at the Ratnagiri Port in western Maharashtra state in October

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ArcelorMittal Flags Lower Profits, Hopes Lockdown Easings Herald Turnaround For Steel

First-quarter core profit this year came in at $967 million, beating an average forecast in a company poll of $867 million.

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JSPL Clocks 109 % Growth In Export Sales During COVID-19 Pandemic

JSPL is exporting steel to China, Malaysia, Germany, Spain, Italy, Denmark, France, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates.

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JSW Steel Clocks Steel Production At 5.63 Lakh Tonnes In April

The production of flat rolled products was 3.44 lakh tonnes and long rolled products 89,000 lakh tonnes

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SAIL Reorienting Processes And Operations For Post-COVID-19 New World

The concerted efforts to increase volumes have resulted in the company becoming the largest domestic steel producer in FY20

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SAIL Gears Up To Boost Production In Post-Lockdown Period As Demand Bounces Back

SAIL plants have been operating at half the normal levels. In the first stage, the company plans to enhance this to 75 per cent capacity and later synchronise the production with demand.

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POSCO Posts 41% Drop In First-Quarter Profits As Virus Curbs Steel Demand

POSCO's first-quarter revenue fell 9.2% year-on-year to 14.5 trillion won, and its net profit dropped 44.2% to 435 billion won.

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SAIL Achieves Best Ever Annual Sales In FY20 With 2.8 % Growth

SAIL has also recorded the highest ever rail production of 12.85 lakh tonnes of UTS 90 prime rails in FY20 with a 30 per cent growth.

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Tata Steel India Production Up 6 % In Q4 At 4.74 Million Tonnes

Tata Steel Group is among the top global steel companies with an annual crude steel capacity of 33 million tonnes per annum.

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Indian Steel Demand Expected To Drop 7.7% In 2020: Industry Body

Steel demand in India is set to contract 7.7% in 2020 with "significant downside risks", the Indian Steel Association (ISA), which represents some of the top steel producers

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PM Modi Appreciates SAIL's Efforts To Popularise Aarogya Setu App

India's count of COVID-19 cases has risen to 12,380, said the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Thursday.

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Moody's Reviews Tata Steel's Ba2 CFR, Downgrades Tata Steel UK To B3

Moody's has downgraded Tata Steel's wholly-owned subsidiary Tata Steel UK Holdings Ltd's (TSUKH) CFR to B3 from B2 and placed the CFR under review for further downgrade.

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China March Iron Ore Imports Dip, Sees Firm Demand On Economic Restorations

The world's biggest steel producer brought in 262.7 million tonnes of iron ore, according to the official customs data, rising 1.3% from 259.3 million tonnes in the same period a year earlier.

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