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Indian Dairy Association Wants Increased Use Of Stainless Steel

The dairy trade body will work with the stainless steel industry to ensure delivery of safe and healthy dairy products

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India's Manufacturing Sector In Trouble, Needs To Take On China: Anant Geete

Acknowledging that India's manufacturing sector is in "trouble", Union Minister Anant Geete on Thursday exhorted companies to counter the challenge posed by the growing Chinese clout by selling products at globally competitive prices.

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Niti Aayog Moots Independent Regulators For Steel, Mines Sector

Since steel is a deregulated sector, there is need for an independent regulator for effective regulation, which the sector presently lacks

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Essar's Flat Steel Production Up 58 Per Cent In Q2 FY17

Pellet production grew 89 per cent to 2.43 MT compared to 1.28 MT in the same quarter last year, the leading steel producer said in statement

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Jindal Steel Defaults On Debenture Interest Payments

Headed by Naveen Jindal, Jindal Steel and Power is one of the most heavily-indebted Indian firms with a net debt of about 460 billion rupees at end-March

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ArcelorMittal JV To Start Production In Two Years

SAIL and ArcelorMittal signed a preliminary agreement in May last year to expand in what is one of the world's fastest growing steel markets and a major car exporter

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Infrastructure Sector Grows By 3.2% In August

Infrastructure sector recorded a growth rate of 3.2 per cent in August, up from 3 per cent in the previous month but same as that in year-ago period, amid weak performance of coal, crude oil and natural gas segments

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Anti-dumping Duty Likely On Certain Chinese Steel Products

The commerce ministry has recommended imposition of anti-dumping duty on imports of steel wire rods from China to protect the interest of domestic players from cheap in-bound shipments

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US Moves Towards Imposing Duties On Certain Indian Steel Pipe

The duties will become final if the International Trade Commission determines the US industry was being harmed

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Tata Steel To Pay Rs 130 Crore As Annual Bonus To Employees

The minimum and maximum annual bonus payable for 2015-16 would be Rs 16,800 and Rs 12,1365 respectively

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Steel Demand In India To Outpace Regional Average: Moody's

Steel demand in India will outpace the regional average while profitability of domestic steel companies will outperform regional peers on account of increase in domestic demand

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Steel To Get Its Lustre Back From Thrust On Infrastructure, Says Birendra Singh

Union steel minister Birender Singh pins hopes on the Modi government’s thrust on infrastructure building and the Make in India initiative for a turnaround in the floundering market for steel

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US Steel Canada Rejects Offer From Essar Consortium

It cited a failure by the Indian energy and resources conglomerate to provide evidence of its financial ability to own and operate the company and an inability to gain the support of all stakeholders

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India To Levy Duty On Cold-Rolled Steel Products

The Directorate General of Anti Dumping recommended a tax of up to $594 a tonne on steel products from China, Japan, South Korea and Ukraine

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India's Anti-China Steel Tariffs Bite Engineering, Manufacturing Firms

Indian manufacturers of finished steel goods are urging New Delhi to end tariffs on cheap imports of the alloy from China, Japan and South Korea, worried the protectionist measures may cost them billions in lost overseas sales

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