US crude steel output up 9.3% in April
May 21, 2012 | 01:37 PM
| Anne Riley
DALLAS U.S. crude steel output rose 9.3 percent in April compared with the same month last year, surpassing global steel production growth of just 1.2 percent, World Steel Association (WorldSteel) data show.
Crude steel output in the United States totaled 7.7 million tonnes last month, up from nearly 7.1 million tonnes in April 2011 and 10.8 percent higher than levels seen in the same month during 2010, as operations ramped up at RG Steel....
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