JSPL said the outbreak of pandemic began impacting economic activity by the third week of March, leading to the announcement of the nationwide lockdown.
Coronavirus Lockdown: India's crude steel output declines 14% to 8.65 MT in March, says global industry body
The country's crude steel output decline 14 percent to 8.65 million tonne (MT) during March, according to a report by the World Steel Association
JSPL shares climb over 4% after company reports highest-ever quarterly domestic production of crude steel in Q3
JSPL on Thursday said its domestic production of crude steel and related products for the quarter ended 31 December 2019 stood at 1.61 million tonnes (MT), up 22 percent from the year ago period.
India's crude steel output rose by 4 percent to 9.336 million tonne (MT) in June 2019 compared to the year-ago month, according to the World Steel Association
India's crude steel output declines 4% to 8.99 MT in January; sets target to produce 300 MT by 2030, to invest Rs 10 lakh cr
On 25 January, worldsteel in its report noted that India's crude steel production in 2018 was at 106.5 MT, while as Japan produced 104.3 MT in 2018.
The government had earlier said that India's crude steel output is expected to soar by 38 percent to 140 MT by the end of this year.
all parts of the business reported improved Ebitda as steel prices responded to higher raw material costs and strong volume growth saw steel shipments increase by 5.1% compared to the preceding fourth quarter.