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Trump Says Steel Was ‘Dead’ Before His Presidency

President Donald Trump claimed on Wednesday that the U.S. steel industry was “dead” before he took office and that his predecessor Barack Obama had “shut it down.” It wasn’t, and Obama didn’t. The remarks came during an unusual question-and-answer session ...

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EU steel-using sectors grew robustly

Production activity in the EU steel-using sectors grew robustly in the second quarter of 2018 and outpaced first quarter growth by 0.7 percentage points. For the second half of 2018 and the year 2019 a more moderate growth rate is ...

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China’s manufacturing activity slows down in October

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, China’s manufacturing sector slowed in October with the country’s manufacturing purchasing managers’ index came in at 50.2 in October, narrowing from 50.8 in September, weakest pace in over two years, hurt by slowing ...

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Why are the price of 317L stainless steel flanges higher than 316 and 304 stainless steel flanges?

There are hundreds of different types of stainless steel flanges on the market, which may be difficult to find the perfect metal for your application. In many purchasing processes, the cost of metals is the first consideration rather than the ...

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