The Government of Russia Has Considered Problems in Ferrous Metallurgy

The Government of Russia Has Considered Problems in Ferrous Metallurgy Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 43, Nos.5–6, 2002 THE GOVERNMENT OF RUSSIA HAS CONSIDERED PROBLEMS IN FERROUS METALLURGY A. V. Katsai Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 6, pp. 21 – 23, June, 2002. creased by 6.3% — to $1.42 billion. Ferrous metals in an The Government of Russia at a session of 16 May 2002 considered a range of measures directed at the development amount of $1.27 billion worth was exported to foreign coun- of domestic metallurgy and its scientific and technological tries (except for the Commonwealth of Independent States support. The urgency of this issue comes primarily from the (CIS), republics of the former Soviet Union) against fact that in the current year, the metallurgical industry has $1.28 billion in 2001. The net export of cast iron from Russia faced a difficult situation because of the constraints on the over this period was 0.896 million tons (1.21 million tons in import of steel introduced by the U.S.A. and a number of Eu January – March 2001), or $75.9 million against $107.2 mil- ropean countries. These constraints did not leave Russian lion in 2001. The export to Western countries (except CIS) manufacturers of steel unconcerned. was 0.833 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Springer Journals

The Government of Russia Has Considered Problems in Ferrous Metallurgy

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2002 by Plenum Publishing Corporation
Subject
Materials Science; Characterization and Evaluation of Materials; Materials Science, general; Ceramics, Glass, Composites, Natural Materials
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1083-4877
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1573-9139
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10.1023/A:1020587621450
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Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 43, Nos.5–6, 2002 THE GOVERNMENT OF RUSSIA HAS CONSIDERED PROBLEMS IN FERROUS METALLURGY A. V. Katsai Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 6, pp. 21 – 23, June, 2002. creased by 6.3% — to $1.42 billion. Ferrous metals in an The Government of Russia at a session of 16 May 2002 considered a range of measures directed at the development amount of $1.27 billion worth was exported to foreign coun- of domestic metallurgy and its scientific and technological tries (except for the Commonwealth of Independent States support. The urgency of this issue comes primarily from the (CIS), republics of the former Soviet Union) against fact that in the current year, the metallurgical industry has $1.28 billion in 2001. The net export of cast iron from Russia faced a difficult situation because of the constraints on the over this period was 0.896 million tons (1.21 million tons in import of steel introduced by the U.S.A. and a number of Eu January – March 2001), or $75.9 million against $107.2 mil- ropean countries. These constraints did not leave Russian lion in 2001. The export to Western countries (except CIS) manufacturers of steel unconcerned. was 0.833

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