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Free Egypt’s Ezz Steel mulls acquisition and investment for growth strategy

Free Tosyali Algerie issues its flat steel investment plans

Free Egypt’s rebar consumption surges in August

Free Turkey’s Tosyalı on track for 8.5 million mt capacity in Algeria

Free Egypt’s rebar demand falls significantly in July from June

Free Egypt’s rebar consumption rebounds in March

Free Tosyali Algerie expects export revenue of $700 million in 2021

Free ETRHB steel project to be resumed in Algeria

Free Chinese consortium to develop iron ore deposit in Algeria

Traffic through Suez Canal resumes as Ever Given is freed

Free Suez Canal still blocked, resolution may take “days to weeks”

Free Contradictory reports on Suez Canal traffic jam after grounding of container ship

Free Rebar demand in Egypt up in February from January, but still low

Free Tosyali becomes first exporter of billet from Algeria

Free AQS successfully launches operation at DRI unit

Free Egypt begins 2021 with sizeable drop in rebar consumption

Free Tosyali Algérie achieves record DRI production in 2020

Free Belgium’s VM Steel and Morocco’s K Steel to create JV

Free Egypt’s domestic rebar consumption rises in November from October


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