Turkey sets plan to grow value-added output
Dec 31, 2012 | 09:22 AM
| Serife Durmus
BURSA, Turkey Turkish steelmakers will increasingly target value-added steel production as part of a new five-year plan set out by the Turkish Iron and Steel Producers Association.
The country has expanded rapidly to become the eighth-largest steel-producing nation in the world, up from 17th in 2000. But having become the regional hub for long productsand, to....
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