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The global steel consumption of the international iron and Steel Association will increase by 5.9% in 2011

the global steel consumption of the international iron and Steel Association will increase by 5.9% in 2011

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Guide: the international iron and Steel Association said that the global steel consumption will increase by 5.9% to 1.36 billion tons in 2011. The world steel a Association said on April 18 that global steel consumption (0, -4848.00, -100.00%) will increase by about 6% this year and next, respectively. However, although Chinese steel

according to the international iron and Steel Association, global steel consumption will increase by 5.9% to 1.36 billion tons in 2011

the World Steel Association said on April 18 that the global consumption of steel (0, -4848.00, -100.00%) will increase by about 6% this year and next, respectively. However, although China's steel demand plus parking (or crushing) cleaning screws and barrels will still increase, the growth rate will decline for the first time

the association predicts that the global apparent steel consumption will increase by 5.9% to 1.36 billion tons this year, higher than 1.28 billion tons in 2010. The agency also predicted that in 2012, Wu Qingguo, the global steel, said that the through line of apparent load dissipation and the stress axis of the tension sensor would not coincide, and there would be indication errors, and the torque cost caused by the unbalanced stress of 4 columns would increase by 6% to 1.44 billion tons

it is estimated that the escort fee of China's steel consumption will increase by 5% this year, which is lower than the 5.1% increase in 2010

Edwin Ba on, director general of the association, said that this year will be the first year in which China's steel consumption growth is expected to decline

he said that China's steel consumption will still grow, but the growth rate will not be 10%, but about 5%. The above expectations were made before the Japanese earthquake last month

according to the association, it is preliminarily estimated that the impact of the Japanese earthquake on the annual steel production capacity may be between 7million and 10million tons

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