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Steel companies ask employees to declare travel history

Steelmakers such as SAIL, Tata Steel and AMNS have sought self-declaration from their employees regarding travel history to virus-affected countries as part of steps...

Here’s what Tata Steel is doing to stave off the coronavirus threat

The largest Indian steelmaker has withdrawn biometric attendance and has asked expecting mothers to work from home Twice-a-day sanitation of staff vehicles, disabling biometric attendance...

Sharp Rise in Chinese Steel Inventory Weighing on Korean Steel Industry

China’s steel inventory has risen to a record-high level, putting pressure on Korean steel producers. The Korean steel industry is experiencing difficulties due to the...

China-backed JV set to start work at Simandou

China is close to granting approval to some of its biggest state-owned companies to start developing the northern area of Simandou in Guinea, one...

Domestic steel producers may come under pricing pressure

Mumbai | Kolkata: The novel coronavirus outbreak is likely to put pressure on domestic steel prices in the near term and increase downside risks for the sector due...

China imports drop by Sh58bn

Kenya’s imports from China have plunged by Sh58.64 billion in the first two months of the year on the back of deadly coronavirus outbreak,...

U.S. Steel Imports Shoot Up in January, Drop Y/Y on Tariffs

U.S. steel imports dropped year over year in January but shot up on a monthly comparison basis – according to the latest report from...

U.S. Steel Is Not Done Winning Yet

One of the biggest trends in Washington in recent years has been the use of tariffs. The current administration has been quick to impose...

World’s biggest crane ‘Big Carl’ is steel-built behemoth

The largest crane in the world, the SGC-250, uses the power of high-strength steel to deliver unprecedented lifting capacity. 20 planes, 63 trains, 126 trucks,...

Multinationals drive office space demand

High-end office sales in Nairobi grew by 41 percent in the second half of 2019 on the back of increased demand by multinationals looking...

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