Tag Archives: long steel consumption
Conversations revolving around steel have a tendency to skew toward serious. Market trends, prices, demand outlooks, and end-use news are all valuable to daily business decisions of course, but is there some rule out there that steel can’t ever be fun? Thanks to a Canadian steel structure manufacturer, building with steel might soon get a […]
Rumors have continued to prevail in the market that China is about to remove its export tax rebate for boron-added steel products. Insiders have said that the official report on the removal of the export tax rebate in question was drafted some time ago, and that it has been taken into consideration again in recent […]
Iran was the biggest producer of crude steel in the Middle East in 2013, according to the World Steel Association’s latest press release.Iran produced 15.4 million tons of crude steel in 2013, 6.6 percent rise compared to 2012. This year, ıts been planning, 16.5 million tons of crude steel will be produced even there is […]
During the SteelOrbis fall 2012 conference & 67th IREPAS meeting held in Munich on September 30-October 2, Alexander Gordienko from CELSA Group gave a speech entitled “Global Market & Macroeconomics”, analyzing growth forecasts for the global economy and latest trends in long steel production and consumption.