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China: Chifeng Jilong Gold Mining plans to take over 100% of the equities in Chenzhou Xiongfeng Rare...
China: China Magnesium Corporation Ltd (CMC) has executed and commenced a cooperation agreement with...
India: There are plans to establish four major steel plants in the iron ore rich states of Odisha, C...
India: JSW Cement, which has set up a 4.8Mt/yr capacity plant at Nandiyal in Kurnool, is hoping to i...
China: The total amount of steel slag generated in China was about 100Mt in 2014. At present, around...
Chifeng Jilong Gold Mining plans to buy Chenzhou Xiongfeng06 February 2015
China Magnesium Corp takes acquires 60% stake of FMW02 February 2015
Plans to establish four new steel plants02 February 2015
JSW Cement aims for full capacity utilisation26 January 2015
China produced 100Mt of steel slag in 201419 January 2015
The 10th Global Slag Conference, in Aachen, Germany, on 8 - 9 December 2014, has successfully taken place with 170 delegates from 35 countries.
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Global Slag addresses critical areas for slag producers and users alike for both the iron & steel industry and for the cement and construction materials industries around the world.
The Global Slag Conference is now established as the world's best meeting place for slag professionals. Alongside discussion of the latest innovations, the event provides vital exhibition and networking opportunities.
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