Mining sector output bounces back after years of chaos - India’s mining sector appears to be on a firm turnaround path after years of tumult with production of metallic minerals growing by nearly 20 per cent in the first eleven months of 2015-16 and total mineral output rising by 8.2 per cent, official data showed.

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Mining sector output bounces back after years of chaos

India’s mining sector appears to be on a firm turnaround path after years of tumult with production of metallic minerals growing by nearly 20 per cent in the first eleven months of 2015-16 and total mineral output rising by 8.2 per cent, official data showed.

MIP extension key to health of India's steel industry

KOLKATA: The health of the domestic steel industry in the second half of FY2017 would critically depend upon the Government's decision on MIP extension beyond August 2016, and the final outcome of the recent anti-dumping investigations initiated by the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties, ratings agency ICRABSE 0.89 % said it its latest sector report.

Steel demand to grow 6 per cent in FY17, outlook bright: JSW Steel

JSW SteelBSE 0.41 % expects domestic steel demand to grow by about 6 per cent in 2016-17, adding that the long-term outlook for the sector continues to be bright.

India promoting its steel industry with trade protectionism: Global Times

India is promoting its steel industry with trade protectionism and making China a "primary victim" of trade investigations, China's official media alleged today and asked New Delhi to adopt "open-mindedness" towards the world's largest steel producer.

Tata Steel optimistic about steel prospects; here’s why

Banking on government spending on infrastructure, a pick-up in investment in highways and construction and the good show by the auto sector, T V Narendran, is more positive on the steel industry this year.

Chaudhury Birendra Singh has been appointed the new union steel minister

Chaudhury Birendra Singh has been appointed the new union steel minister. He replaces Narendra Singh Tomar who has been in charge of the steel & mines ministry since the NDA government was sworn in 2014.

Domestic Steel Industry May See Gradual Recovery: Care Ratings

The domestic steel industry has been struggling for the last couple of years owing to a combination of factors like rising imports particularly from China, a subdued domestic demand, excess domestic capacity and decline in realisations due to availability of cheaper imported steel.

India Among Top Ten Steel Importers In 2015: Industry Body

India, the world's third largest steel producer, was among the top ten importers of the alloy last year, data from global industry body World Steel Association (WSA) has shown.

Modi govt aims to occupy 3rd spot in steel industry with 300 million tonnes of production

The government has a vision to increase steel production to 300 million tonnes, Union Minister of State for Steel and Mines Vishnu Deo Sai said on Sunday. Sai was in Nagpur to review the performance of public sector Manganese Ore India Limited (MOIL), where he interacted with top officials of the company.

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