Brazilian steel slab producers are close to resuming bookings of semi-finished material to clients in the United States for November shipment, while they look forward to the renewal of the annual Section 232 import quota for 2020.

Brazilian steel slab producers are close to resuming bookings of semi-finished material to clients in the United States for November shipment, while they look forward to the renewal of the annual Section 232 import quota for 2020. Such material would arrive at US ports in late December and early January, market participants said. “We are…

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NLMK Group signs cooperation agreements with Russia’s leading steel traders

NLMK Group, a global steel company, has signed cooperation agreements with leading players in the steel trading market: Metallservis and Steel Industrial Company, whose total sales in 2018 amounted to 4.3 million tonnes of steel products. As part of the partnership, traders will be able showcase their entire product range through NLMK’s https://nlmk.shop/ online marketplace,…

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Nordgold Reports Results of General Meeting

The General Meeting (the “Meeting”) of Nord Gold SE (“Nordgold” or the “Company”), the internationally diversified gold producer, was held on Friday, 28 September 2018, at 11 am BST at the offices of Celtic Resources Holdings Limited, Fetcham Park House, Lower Road, Fetcham, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 9HD. At the Meeting, the resolutions set out in…

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Proposed sale of British Steel to Turkish military raising eyebrows in Westminster – Daily Mail

The proposed sale of British Steel to the Turkish Armed Forces Assistance Fund, Oyak, has triggered an alarm at the UK Parliament with the Commons defence committee chief calling for the industry to remain under British control, UK’s Daily Mail newspaper reported. Oyak was chosen above several other bidders including British-based Liberty, which already owns…

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ArcelorMittal Brasil has decided to continue the idling of blast furnace No2 at its Tubarão plant, in the southeastern Brazilian state of Espírito Santo, at least until the end of this year because of the tough market conditions, chief executive officer Benjamin Baptista told Fastmarkets on Wednesday August 21.

ArcelorMittal Brasil has decided to continue the idling of blast furnace No2 at its Tubarão plant, in the southeastern Brazilian state of Espírito Santo, at least until the end of this year because of the tough market conditions, chief executive officer Benjamin Baptista told Fastmarkets on Wednesday August 21. Work to refurbush the unit started…

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