Global crude steel production up in October despite US, Europe lag - Worldsteel

By IM Staff
Published: Wednesday, 25 November 2020

Global crude steel output rose for the third consecutive month in October as other countries joined China in ramping up production, according to the latest figures from the World Steel Association (Worldsteel).

By Michael Cowden

Approximately 161.89 million tonnes of steel were produced in October by the 64 countries that report to the association. That total is up by 3.5% from the 156.36 million tonnes produced in September, up by 3.6% from August’s 156.24 million tonnes, and up by 7% from 151.25...

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