|Photo: Your Article Library|
If you are into IT/Software Sector or say in any sector and can bring overseas contracts (or any domestic business related to the software sector), with a stress on Digital Marketing/Content Writing/Website Development/Reputation Management/SEO/SMM, etc, then you can join me as a partner or associate.
We will give you, the business development portfolio and pay you handsome amounts for your efforts. It does not matter, in which part of the world you are, as long as you can bring businesses. If you are interested, please send me at mail at: email@example.com.
Sunday, March 22, 2015
India overtakes US as 3rd biggest steel producer
[Editor: Most of the credit goes to the India Inc, for achieving this feat without much help from the current NDA government, after it assumed office in Delhi in 2014. The NDA government must priorities their work schedule, instead of moving haphazardly, like they are doing now. If the steel and gems & Jewelry sectors require government patronage, then it should be done immediately, without fail]
India has been the fourth-largest steel producer for the past five years, behind China, Japan and the US.
Data compiled by World Steel Association (WSA) showed that the country's production growth was the highest during the January-February period at 7.6 per cent as compared to the global average of just 0.6 per cent at 127.6 MT.
Production in China, which accounts for nearly half of the global steel production, fell during the period by 1.5 per cent. It produced 65 MT steel during the period.
Japan, the second-largest producer, reported a total output of 17.4 MT, but production in the country fell 2.2 per cent.
The US, which was the third-largest steel producer since 2010, produced 13.52 MT during the January-February period, giving away its position to India.
On a yearly basis, India may retain the position given the fact that a lot of capacities are set to be commissioned during the year from its present installed manufacturing capacity of a little over 100 MT.
Production in the US, on the other hand, is heading for a stagnation with no signs of growth in the immediate future.
Output in the US has been hovering between 86 MT and 88 MT for the last four years.
The gap of production between the two countries was just 5 MT last year.
Interestingly, the US snatched the third slot from India in 2009.