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Jan 29, 2019
China's HBIS to buy Southeast Asian holdings from Tata Steel; firm eyes to expand overseas capacityNatSteel and TSTH have combined steel production capacity of around 3.7 million tonnes per year and assets in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia.
Jan 28, 2019
India replaces Japan as second top steel producer, output jumps 4.9% to 106.5 MT in 2018, says global steel bodyIndia's crude steel production in 2018 was at 106.5 MT, up by 4.9 percent from 101.5 MT in 2017, meaning India has replaced Japan as the world's second largest steel producing country.
Oct 16, 2018
Global industry body expects India's steel demand to move to higher growth post-demonetisation, GST shockIndia's steel demand is expected to move back to a higher growth track as the country recovers from "twin shocks of demonetisation and GST implementation", global industry body World Steel Association (worldsteel) said on Tuesday.
Aug 28, 2018
India's crude steel output up 5.4% to 61.8 million tonnes in January-July: World Steel AssociationThe 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.
Apr 04, 2018
India pips Japan to become second largest crude steel maker in FebruaryAttributed the growth in steel production to the right policies undertaken by the Modi government, Nikunj Turakhia, president, Steel Users Federation of India (Sufi) said
Jun 26, 2015
Indian steelmakers upset as Japan, South Korea eat local market shareThe steel ministry said in April that quality control orders had been issued for 15 steel products, but steel companies are lobbying the government to add 16 more to the list to help them compete with foreign rivals.
Jan 27, 2015
India retains fourth position in world steel orderIndia was at the third position in 2009, but it has been at the fourth place since 2010.
Oct 06, 2014
World steel body cuts global demand growth forecastThe association said global apparent steel use was now expected to rise 2.0 percent, year-on-year, to 1.562 billion tonnes in 2014, down from growth of 3.8 percent in 2013 and below a previous forecast for 3.1 percent growth.