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Beijing Shougang's Shareholder Agrees To Transfer 15% Stake In The Company To China Baowu Steel Group
Beijing Shougang's Net Profit Down 42.3% Y/Y In Jan-Sept
Beijing Shougang's H1 Net Profit Down 29.7% Y/Y
Beijing Shougang Co.,Ltd. is a China-based company principally engaged in the smelting, rolling and processing of iron and steel. The Company's main products include pipeline steel, container steel, high strength steel, automotive structural steel, saw steel, pickling sheet, auto sheet, silicon steel, home appliances sheet, special sheet, tin plate, color coated sheet, plain carbon steel sheet, gas products and steel billets, among others. The Company distributes its products in domestic market and to overseas markets.
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No. 99, Shijingshan Road
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Chinese steel companies have fallen behind their international counterparts on energy efficiency and carbon compliance, putting them at risk of a surge in costs once regulations are tightened, a research report published on Wednesday said.
China's leading steel companies have formed a group to investigate whether "non-market factors" are causing a record surge in iron ore prices and have called on the government to maintain market stability.
Profit growth for China's industrial firms slowed for a third straight month in July, in a further indication that demand in the world's second-biggest economy is cooling even as U.S. trade pressure mounts.
Major Asian nations reacted sharply on Friday to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, warning of damage to relations amid industry calls for retaliation.
* Steelmakers steady, unfazed by U.S. probe on Chinese exports
Beijing's city government ordered 1,200 factories near the Chinese capital, including a major oil refinery run by state oil giant Sinopec, to shut or cut output on Saturday after authorities issued the highest possible air pollution alert.
Beijing's city government has ordered 1,200 factories near the Chinese capital, including an oil refinery run by state oil major Sinopec and a Cofco food plant, to either shut or cut output following its highest possible air pollution warning.
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