US steelmakers plan car market comeback

Heated slab moving on conveyer_3.JPG Arcelor Mittal Alabama

Alabama plant emerges as battleground in fight against aluminium

Alibaba: Weapons of mass ecommerce

Among the items for sale on the online site is technical equipment that can be used in nuclear arms

Agarwal to give his fortune to charity

Vedanta Resources’ owner joins ranks of business philanthropists

Sinosteel woes resurrect China debt fears

Troubles at state-owned steel trader heighten

Evraz to spin off North American business

Russian steelmaker seeks to pay down pre-crisis debt

Debt threatens India’s fragile recovery

Risk remains that unexploded debt bombs could go off suddenly

Russia’s challenge to an oil-hungry world

The world should heed Tony Hayward’s warning on supplies

China’s rise is a credit to private enterprise

Those who attribute it to the hidden hand of Beijing risk losing out, writes Nicholas Lardy

Australia iron ore sector steels itself

Low prices could lead to collapse of more small miners

Graphene groups edge towards breakthrough

Technical obstacles need to be overcome before industry can take off

Weak China iron ore imports hit prices

Prices hit lowest since October 2009

Iron ore hits lowest level since 2009

Prices hit $85.70 a tonne on Chinese economic growth concerns

The fight for ‘China’s sorrow’

Nyrstar unveils €600m fundraising plans

Debt pressure mounts on Petropavlovsk

Gold miner cites concerns about impact of Russian sanctions

Iron ore tumbles to two-year low

Steelmaking ingredient falls 35% this year on China demand fears

Weak rouble aids Russian metals groups

Rusal and Evraz report first profits in more than a year

India coal ruling fuels confusion

Alarm at implications for power and banking industries

Rusal moves back into the black

Profit of $116m in three months to June is first in five quarters

Tata Steel urges UK business rates reform

Rules deter investment and undermine manufacturing, company says


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