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    A Milestone For EGA Emirates Global Aluminium, the largest industrial company in the United Arab Emirates outside oil and gas, announced that has surpassed the 30 million tonnes mark in cast metal produced. The aluminium EGA is producing is a key component in helping to make modern life possible through its use in construction, the […]   Read More >>
    China’s May Spot Zinc Treatment Charges Flat On Month At USD 15 To 25 / Million Tonne Platts reported that spot zinc treatment charges for Chinese smelters are unchanged in May from the month before at USD 15 to USD 25/ million tonne. Chinese industry sources said this is higher than in January, when TCs […]   Read More >>
    US industry is materially injured by reason of imports The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) has determined that US industry is materially injured by reason of imports of carbon and certain alloy steel wire rod from Italy, Korea, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom that the US Department of Commerce (Commerce) has determined are […]   Read More >>
    Guangdong China stainless steel industry output value about 300 billion yuan Yangcheng Evening News reported on April 22 that related institutional data showed that China has become the world’s largest stainless steel exporter,  producer, and consumer from a importer. According to incomplete statistics, the output value of the stainless steel industry in Guangdong is about 300 […]   Read More >>
    Taiwan launches anti dumping probe into Chinese steel imports Focus Taiwan reported that the Ministry of Finance has launched anti-dumping and anti subsidy investigations into steel products sold by China on the local market in a bid to protect the interests of Taiwanese firms. The ministry said Chinese steel products being looked at by the anti-dumping investigation include galvanized steel, carbon steel plates […]   Read More >>
    China pays attention to steel mills’s environmental issues Reuters reported that China’s industry ministry on Friday said it has ordered 12 steel mills to come back into compliance following breaches of environmental, safety and other regulations, while it has removed another 19 companies from a qualified enterprises list. The breaches range from excessive pollution at […]   Read More >>