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USS may be looking to exit Canada operations

U.S. Steel Corp. may be looking to "walk away" from its unprofitable operations in Canada, according to one analyst.

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USS weighs exiting Canada operations

U.S. Steel Corp. may be looking to "walk away" from its unprofitable operations in Canada, according to one analyst.

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Deacero appeals wire rod duty after review

Mexican long steel producer Deacero SAPI de CV has filed an appeal against an anti-dumping duty on its 4.75-millimeter wire rod, citing discrepancies between the U.S. Commerce Department and...

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Severstal sales to AK, SDI get US approval

Steel Dynamics Inc. (SDI) and AK Steel Corp. have received approval from U.S. antitrust officials to acquire Russian steelmaker OAO Severstal’s North American assets.

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$5B Atlantic Coast pipeline proposed

Four energy companies are planning to build a $4.5-billion to $5-billion natural gas pipeline through West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina.

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High imports may spur line pipe trade case

A line pipe trade case that some say might be filed by mid-October could be bolstered by high U.S. steel product import levels in August.

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China’s steel glut taking a toll: Cisa

China’s steel production overcapacity has resulted in low prices and profitability, according to the China Iron and Steel Association (Cisa).

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Chinese scrap diversification said key

An oversupplied Chinese ferrous scrap market will force suppliers to seek other markets and diversification, which is necessary for the industry to improve its competitiveness, according to a senior...

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UTC lawsuit questions origin of titanium

A&P Alloys Inc. and owner John J. Palie Jr. are being sued for allegedly misrepresenting the origin of titanium sold for use in U.S. military aircraft engines built by...

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UTC lawsuit questions origin of Ti

A&P Alloys Inc. and owner John J. Palie Jr. are being sued for allegedly misrepresenting the origin of titanium sold for use in U.S. military aircraft engines built by...

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