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An expert said Wednesday that rising stockpiles of iron ore at Chinese ports indicates dropping iron ore demand due to unfavorable economic conditions. Inventories of imported iron ore at 25 major Chinese ports stood at 72.49 million tons from May 14
The 25th installment of the International Contemporary Furniture Fair , the massive design trade show that runs through tomorrow at the Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, is a playground for bachelors (or would-be bachelors) with big pocketbooks.
But if mining manganese, the vital steel-hardening alloy, is what you do for a living, the coming three years look likely to transform worldwide control, as Russians reach self-sufficiency in manganese supply for the first time and as a prominent
According to the fa cto ry policy for June bookings issued by Baosteel on Thursday, hot rolled steel plate is down 180 yuan ($29) per ton, while the price of cold rolled steel plate is down 150 yuan per ton, and the prices of most mid-thick products
In a first-of-its-kind partnership, Walmart will give Superman fans a chance to see Warner Bros.' new Man of Steel a day before the motion picture's nationwide release. On May 18, at 8 a.m., more than 3,700 Walmarts will start selling approximately
Faced with lingering safety concerns over the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge's new eastern span, California transportation officials say it will take more work and up to $10 million to get the bridge ready for its planned grand opening on Labor Day.
This is achieved with electrolysis and has the added benefit of releasing oxygen as a byproduct, a team from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology reported in the journal Nature. The new method, molten oxide electrolysis (MOE), "offers both a
Global iron ore supplies will expand faster than demand over the long term, potentially lowering prices and reducing volatility of the raw material used to make steel, according to BHP Billiton. New seaborne cargoes will gradually displace more
Inception vibes, but I could also see it performing like Prometheus and ending up around $120 million...It looks like goofy fun, and its patriotic appeal boosts prospects. As far as what's not on my list World War Z , After Earth , The Lone Ranger ,
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment of concerns about the quality of imported structural steel used in New Zealand buildings...Less private, though, were two papers given at the Steel Innovations Conference in Christchurch in February,