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Steel mills in China’s Hebei cut output due to power shortage

Some steel mills in Hebei, China’s top steelmaking province, have been ordered to curb operations due to power shortages in the region. The report quoted a manager at a Cangzhou-based steel pipeline company as saying that “We have to adjust ...

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Copper Supply Woes on Show With World No. 2 Mine Output to Halve

A battle over the world’s second-largest copper mine has dogged Freeport-McMoRan Inc. shareholders for more than a year. Now it may be the turn of the copper market. Production at the massive Grasberg pits in Indonesia will more than halve ...

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Trump Trade War – China unveils retaliatory tariffs on USD 60 billion of US goods

China proposed retaliatory tariffs on USD 60-billion worth of US goods ranging from liquefied natural gas to some aircraft on Friday, as a senior Chinese diplomat cast doubt on prospects of talks with Washington to solve their bitter trade conflict. ...

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Precautions when connecting stainless steel pipe to other fittings or flanges

In the practical application of stainless steel pipes, there will be no other stainless steel pipes or flanges, fittings. At this time to meet the requirements of the use, it is necessary to ensure that the quality of the butt ...

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