India’s second-largest producer of steel is considering building a plant in SA if government agrees to grant iron ore and coking coal mining permits, reports Bloomberg.
BHP Billiton looks to strengthen its hand this week in its $39bn bid for Canadian fertiliser group Potash Corp as second half earnings are expected to rise 50%.
AltX-listed steel products stockist, processor, trader and exporter BSI Steel has expanded its R110m distribution and processing centre in Meyerton, Gauteng, at a cost of R12m.
After 20 months, mines minister Ngoako Ramalthodi rejects Aquila Steel's appeal over manganese mining rights - a development that will take both to court.
Eskom has agreed to buy back power from International Ferro Metals which has agreed to shut two furnaces in deals most likely similar to shut downs at Rukkii, Xstrata and Samancor.
South Africa's share of the world ferrochrome market deteriorated another 2% in 2013 despite efforts to have the government intervene in cheap chrome exports.
Anglo American has completed the sale of Scaw Metals assets Moly-Cop and AltaSteel to Australian steel manufacturer OneSteel.
Key Japanese steelmakers have stopped production at some plants as the country imposed power cuts to cope with the devastation brought by a massive earthquake and tsunami.
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