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UKRAINE REMAINS 13TH IN WORLDSTEEL RATING IN JUNE

Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises in June 2019 reduced steel production by 3% compared to the same period in 2018, to 1.659 million tonnes, thus remaining on the 13th position in the ranking of 64 major global manufacturers of these products, compiled by the World Steel Association (Worldsteel). An increase in steel production in half of the top ten countries, except for South Korea, Russia, Germany, Turkey and Brasil, was recorded in June 2019 compared to June 2018.
The top ten producer countries in June are as follows: China (87.533 million tonnes, an increase of 10%), India (9.336 million tonnes, an increase of 4%), Japan (8.789 million tonnes, an increase of 0.4%), the United States (7.276 million tonnes, an increase of 3.1%), South Korea (5.958 million tonnes, a decrease of 2.6%), the Russian Federation (5.875 million tonnes, a decrease of 2.6%), Germany (3.405 million tonnes, a drop of 5.8%), Brazil (2.823 million tonnes, a decrease of 3.1%), Turkey (2.698 million tonnes, a decrease of 11%), and Iran (2.165 million tonnes, an increase of 6.1%).
They are followed by Italy (2.086 million tonnes, a drop of 2.5%), Taiwan (China, 1.960 million tonnes, a decrease of 0.3%) and Ukraine (1.659 million tonnes, a drop of 3%).
Overall, in June 2019, 64 countries produced 158.978 million tonnes of steel, which is 4.6% more than in June 2018.
Through January-June 2019, sixty-four countries produced 925.064 million tonnes of steel, which is 4.9% more than in the same period last year.

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UKRAINE INCREASES STEEL PRODUCTION BY 12.6%, CLIMBING TO 12TH POSITION IN WORLDSTEEL RATING IN APRIL

Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises in April 2019 increased steel production by 12.6% compared to the same period in 2018, to 1.938 million tonnes, climbing to 12th place from the 13th in the ranking of 64 countries, the major global manufacturers of these products, compiled by the World Steel Association (Worldsteel).
An increase in steel production in most of the top ten countries, except for Japan, Russia, Germany and Brazil was recorded in April.
The top ten producer countries in April are as follows: China (85.032 million tonnes, an increase of 12.7%), India (8.785 million tonnes, an increase of 1.5%), Japan (8.647 million tonnes, a decline of 0.8%), the United States (7.428 million tonnes, an increase of 7.3%), South Korea (5.978 million tonnes, an increase of 1.4%), the Russian Federation (5.6 million tonnes, a decrease of 8.3%), Germany (3.358 million tonnes, a drop of 8.7%) , Turkey (3.044 million tonnes, an increase of 2.6%), Brazil (2.886 million tonnes, a fall of 1.9%) and Iran (2.165 million tonnes, an increase of 2.8%).
They are followed by Italy (1.950 million tonnes, a fall of 5.7%), Ukraine (1.938 million tonnes, an increase of 12.6%) and Taiwan (China, 1.930 million tonnes, a fall of 5%).
In April, 64 countries produced 156.671 million tonnes of steel, which is 6.4% more than in April 2018.
In January-April 2019, 64 countries produced 599.857 million tonnes of steel, which is 4.8% more than in the same period last year.

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UKRAINE CLIMBS TO 12TH IN WORLDSTEEL RATING

Ukraine in June 2018 increased steel production by 1.5% compared to the same period in 2017, to 1.711 million tonnes, climbing from 12th to 14th in the rating of 64 countries, the world’s major producers of this product, compiled by the World Steel Association (Worldsteel). In June the growth of steel smelting was recorded in the majority of the first ten countries from June 2017, except for Brazil.
The top ten countries producing steel in June are as follows: China (80.196 million tonnes, a rise of 7.5%), Japan (8.76 million tonnes, an increase of 4.2%), India (8.739 million tonnes, an increase of 7.4%), the United States (6.847 million tonnes, a rise of 0.8%), South Korea (6.122 million tonnes, an increase of 3.2%), Russia (6.12 million tonnes, a rise of 8.9%), Germany (3.77 million tonnes, an increase of 2.6%), Turkey (3.043 million tonnes, an increase of 0.7%), Brazil (2.59 million tonnes, a fall of 2.2%), and Italy (2.135 million tonnes, a rise of 1.5%).
They are followed by Iran (2.08 million tonnes, an increase of 16.5% and, Ukraine (1.711 million tonnes, a rise of 1.5%). Overall, 64 countries produced 151.379 million tonnes of steel in June 2018, which is 5.8% more than in June 2017.
In January-June 2018, 64 countries produced 881.455 million tonnes of steel, which is 4.6% more than in January-June 2017.

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UKRAINE RAISES STEEL OUTPUT BY 6% IN APRIL, RANKING 13TH IN WORLDSTEEL RATING

Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises in April 2018 increased steel production by 6% compared to the same period in 2017, to 1.721 million tonnes, rising from the 14th to 13th place in the ranking of 64 countries, the world’s main manufacturers of this product, compiled by the World Steel Association (Worldsteel).
In April growth in steelmaking compared to April 2017 was recorded in most of the top ten countries, except for Japan, Germany, and Turkey.
The top ten steel producers in April are as follows: China (76.698 million tonnes, a 4.8% growth), Japan (8.723 million tonnes, a 0.4% decline), India (8.692 million tonnes, a growth of 5.6%), the United States (6.930 million tonnes, an increase of 3.6%), Russia (6.030 million tonnes, an increase of 2.4%), South Korea (5.893 million tonnes, an increase of 7.1%), Germany (3.775 million tonnes, a 1.7% decline), Turkey (2.953 million tonnes, a 3.1% decline), Brazil (2.949 million tonnes, an increase of 1.9%), and Italy (2.061 million tonnes, an increase of 3.7%).
They are followed by Iran (1.950 million tonnes, an increase of 12.4%), Mexico (1.790 million tonnes, an increase of 13.7%), and Ukraine (1.721 million tonnes, an increase of 6%).
Some 64 countries in April 2018 produced 148.322 million tonnes of steel, which is 4.1% more than in April 2017.

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