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2012-05-28 23:02:03

New market study “Iron Ore Mining Market in Europe to 2020 - Abundant Reserves and Global Demand for Steel Likely to Drive Production” prepared by GBI Research has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. According to the report, recent developments in the global iron ore market, driven primarily by the rapid industrialization of China, mark the beginning of deep changes in the structure and dynamics of the market and are putting steelmakers´ profitability at risk....

2011-01-27 05:57:00

LONDON, January 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- - Research Report From Edison Investment Research Ferrexpo is currently producing c 9Mtpa of 62% and 65% Fe pellets from c 29Mtpa of iron ore mined. In its interim management statement, Ferrexpo mapped out a route for increasing output firstly to 12Mtpa of 65% pellets from 38Mtpa of iron ore by 2013 and then 20Mtpa of pellets from 60Mtpa of iron ore by 2018 "at the latest". Management has approved a budget of $647m to achieve the first...

2009-08-19 08:19:00

KIEV, Ukraine, August 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The Corporate Relations Research Center, an independent source of information on corporate governance and business-government relations, today welcomed moves to expell businessman Konstantin Zhevago from the Ukrainian parliament. At the initiation of members of the Yulia Timoshenko Bloc (BYT), Konstantin Zhevago, a BYT member, may lose his parliamentary status. According to letters signed by several members of BYT's party organizations,...

2008-10-13 12:00:30

RPG Industries, group of private investors led by the Czech financier Mr. Zdenek Bakala, bought a 20% stake in the iron ore mining firm Ferrexpo (Ukraine) during 2H 2008. RPG paid over CEK 3 bil for the stake and is going to offer it to its mining subsidiary NWR, which owns the coal mining firm OKD (Ostrava, Czech Republic). Ferrexpo, the largest iron ore mine in the Ukraine, is one of the largest global manufacturers and exporters of so called pelets, ore semi-products for metalurgy firms....

2008-09-10 00:00:19

By Cliff Feltham The Broadcasting chief Michael Grade faces humiliation today when ITV is booted out of the FTSE 100 index. The shares have lost a quarter of their value in the last three months and are certain to join Carphone Warehouse, Enterprise Inns and miner Ferrexpo in being relegated from the stock market's top flight. Demotion will be hurtful for Mr Grade, who was para-chuted into ITV, formed by the merger of Granada and Carlton, in late 2006 to transform its fortunes. But a...


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