Indian manufacturers say that the 'dumping' of certain steel items from China is likely to continue 'if the existing duty is allowed to expire', a govt notification said
How to Avoid Climate Disaster book review: Bill Gates points out realities of inaction in calm, reasoned manner
One conclusion sure to provoke debate is Gates’ contention that to conquer global warming, we need to produce at least some of our electricity from nuclear power, which he notes, is clean and safer than ever.
Govt to release IIP data tomorrow: All you need to know about Index of Industrial Production, its eight core sectors
The eight core sectors have a combined share of above 40 percent in the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) which gives the growth rates of different industry groups of the economy over a specified period
Coronavirus Lockdown: Eight core sector output contracts by record 38.1% in April; cement falls 86%, steel by 84%
The output of eight core infrastructure industries shrank by a record 38.1 per cent in April due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, according to the official data
Indian steelmakers on Wednesday said the Rs 20 lakh crore stimulus package announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi would give a quantum jump to economic activities in the country and boost the ambitious Make in India programme
ArcelorMittal reports $1.1 bn net loss in March quarter; CEO LN Mittal says remainder of this year will be challenging
Global steel giant ArcelorMittal on Thursday reported a net loss of $1.1 billion for the first quarter ended 31 March, 2020 amid the coronavirus crisis
Tata Steel Ltd has withdrawn its membership from the Indian Steel Association (ISA), an apex steel industry body
Coronavirus Lockdown: Eight core industries' output contracts 6.5% in March; infra sectors log 0.6% growth in FY20
The output of eight core infrastructure industries shrank by 6.5 percent in March due to fall in production of crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, fertiliser, steel, cement and electricity amid the coronavirus 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
The outbreak and spread of the COVID-19 pandemic may adversely impact the expansion plans of domestic steelmakers, according to experts
India has sought consultations with the US, under the WTO's safeguard agreement, against American authorities'' decision to increase import duties on derivatives of steel and aluminium products
As the 21-day lockdown period is nearing end, private steel maker JSW Steel has started preparing to scale up its production
Facing reduction in demand due to the lockdown in the country, steel makers SAIL and Tata Steel have reduced their output by about 50 percent, according to sources
Eight core sectors growth up 5.5% in February, highest in 11 months; coal, refinery products and electricity output up
Eight core sector industries recorded a growth of 5.5 percent in February, highest in 11-months, mainly due to healthy expansion in output of coal, refinery products and electricity, according to a government data released on Tuesday
Coronavirus Outbreak: SAIL facing order cancellations, re-scheduling due to lockdown; JSW Steel suspends manufacturing operations
SAIL faced a marginal hit to production and some of its inventory was piled up at ports, the source said, declining to be identified due to the sensitive nature of operations.
Sanjeev Gupta-led GFG Alliance to invest 2 billion euros in European steel operations; electric furnaces to be installed to reduce emissions
Privately-held GFG Alliance will invest 1 billion euros in its Galati operations in Romania and 750 million euros at its Ostrava plant in the Czech Republic, a statement said.
The impact of Coronavirus outbreak will be felt on global steel industry for at least two to three years, as China is the largest producer of the alloy, Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Monday
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.
Incidentally, SAIL posted a jump of 36 percent year-on-year in sales during November and the company is consistently maintaining the growth momentum in sales, it said.