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Driven by a seven percent rise in consumption and high utilisation ratio, steel production in India grew at a compound annual growth rate of 7.9 percent in the past five years, the Economic Survey said.
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The Steel Ministry estimates that 16 new plants are set to come up in mineral-rich eastern states.
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At present, the country's crude capacity for steel production is 96 MT per annum.
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Exports were up by 21.2 percent during April-May this year to 0.982 MT.
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The steel giant had registered sales at 0.96 MT in the same month last year.
Last Updated: Thursday, May 22, 2014, 15:45
India produced 7.015 million tonne steel in April, compared to 6.659 MT in the same month last year.
Last Updated: Friday, May 09, 2014, 22:08
Zimbabwe will resume steel production within two years, implementing a long delayed joint venture with India`s Essar Africa Holdings Limited, a cabinet minister said today.
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Production of crude steel grew by 2.7 percent to 6.8 million tonnes during the month.
Last Updated: Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 15:03
India, the world's fourth largest steel maker, produced 7.25 million tonnes (MT) or just over five percent of the total global output in March, according to World Steel Association (WSA).
Last Updated: Tuesday, April 08, 2014, 16:25
"The low growth rate in domestic steel consumption indicated that base level demand conditions continued to be weak during 2013-14," it said.
Last Updated: Friday, April 04, 2014, 21:42
Tata Steel on Friday reported 12.55 percent growth in crude steel production at 9.15 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) in 2013-14 from Indian operations.
Last Updated: Friday, January 17, 2014, 16:27
India's steel demand is expected to go up by 3-5 percent in the next financial year on higher economic growth although margin pressure would continue due to high production costs and limited scope to pass them on to customers.
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