Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 40, Nos. 7 8, 1999 UDC 666.76:339.138 A. Lomov t and S. G. Sennikov I Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 8, pp. 43 -46, August, 1999. The crisis in metallurgy in 1998 has intensified competi- the company to become a leader among foreign firms export- tion among the world's largest producers of steel and has ing their products to the Russian market. In 1994 - 1999, the affeited Russia, among other countries. This has required company has shipped over 200 thousand tons of high-grade Russian metallurgists to work at reducing the cost of produc- refractrfies and raw materials, increasing the volume of sup- tion. The cost of refractories at Russian metallurgical enter- plies every year and widening the circle of consumers and prises constitutes from 10 to 15% of the cost of the final the range of supplied products. The choice of the main pro- product, and the reduction of production expenses is a re- ducer of refractories has been made in favor of the People's serve for diminishing the total cost. On the other hand, the Republic of China. What draws the consumer to Chinese quality of refractories directly affects the
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