Ukraine reduced steel production by 10.3%, but rose to 11th position in the ranking of 64 countries – Worldsteel

Ukraine, following the results of the work of metallurgical enterprises in March 2020, reduced steel production by 10.3% compared to the same period in 2019 – to 1.765 million tons, but rose from 13th to 12th place, and according to the results I quarter. rose from 12th position to 11th in the ranking of 64 countries – the main world producers of these products, compiled by the World Steel Association (Worldsteel).

In March, a drop in steel production was recorded by March 2019 in most of the top ten countries, except for Turkey and Iran.

The top ten steel-producing countries in March are as follows: China (78.975 million tons, drop by 1.7%), India (8.650 million tons, -13.9%), Japan (8.2 million tons, -9.7%), USA (7.222 million tons, -6%), Russia (5.850 million tons, -4.4%), South Korea (5.776 million tons, -7.9%), Turkey (3.110 million tons, an increase of 4.1%), Germany (2.9 million tons, -20.9% ), Brazil (2.635 Mt, -8.2%) and Iran (2.250 Mt, + 14.1%).

Vietnam follows (1.847 Mt, 3.5% growth) , Ukraine (1.765 million tons, -10.3%), Taiwan (China, 1.580 million tons, -22.2%), Italy (1.367 million tons, -40.2%) and Mexico (1.330 million tons, -20 , 6%),

In March, 64 countries produced 147.054 million tons of steel, which is 6% lower than in March 2019.

For three months of this year, the top ten countries of steel producers looks like this: China (234.450 million tons, an increase of 1.2%), Indy i (27.505 million tons, a decrease of 5.3%), Japan (24.360 million tons, -2.4%), USA (21.946 million tons, -1%), Russia (17.907 million tons, -1%), South Korea (16.936 Mt, -4.8%), Germany (9.473 Mt, -9.3%), Turkey (8.975 Mt, + 9.6%), Brazil (8.018 Mt, -7%) and Iran (6.750 million tons, + 13.2%).

This is followed by Ukraine (5.318 million tons, a decrease of 3.4%), Italy (5.278 million tons, -16.2%), Vietnam (4.956 million tons, -0.1%), Taiwan (PRC, 4.870 million tons, -14.6%) and Mexico (4.144 million tons, -16.6%).

In January- In March 2020, 64 countries produced 443.030 million tons of steel, which is 1.4% less than in the first quarter of 2019.

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