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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of central Germany southeast of Hanover. First mentioned c. 1000, it is an important metallurgical center in a rich iron ore region. Population: 107,000.

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Examples

  • Associated Press A worker passes a row of MAN trucks waiting for delivery at a plant in Salzgitter, northern Germany, in May.

    VW Moves on Trucks

  • Salzgitter fell 1.6% in Frankfurt after the steelmaker reported a 2010 profit that fell short of market expectations.

    European Shares Decline

  • In FRANKFURT , Salzgitter fell 1.6% after the steelmaker reported a 2010 profit that fell short of market expectations.

    Shares in Asia Lead the Way Down

  • Steelmakers are softer, with Germany's Salzgitter AG down 4.1%, the worst hit of Europe's steel majors.

    Recession Fears Hit Commodities

  • Salzgitter was the biggest gainer in the Stoxx 600.

    European Stocks Rebound

  • The German DAX 30 index rose 3.3% to 5797.66, buoyed by gains for ThyssenKrupp , another German steel producer, which rose 8.1% after Salzgitter's results and ahead of its own fiscal third-quarter numbers on Friday.

    European Stocks Rebound

  • Hansa took over some contracts that had been drafted between Salzgitter and Sepanir to supply the Iranians with fire-protection equipment and other technical energy-industry needs—fulfilling the orders for Petrokish instead, commercial records show.

    Sanctions Hit—and Miss—in German Trade With Iran

  • Mr. Gieseke said Minimax had been a client of Salzgitter and Sepanir before sanctions, that the stationery was brought to the meeting by a Petrokish representative, and that Minimax didn't notice the logos.

    Sanctions Hit—and Miss—in German Trade With Iran

  • Several German companies contacted by the Journal said they had sold goods to Salzgitter for shipment to Iran until the U.N. designation of Sepanir last year.

    Sanctions Hit—and Miss—in German Trade With Iran

  • After the sanctions were published in June 2010, Hansa began to move into the business abandoned by Sepanir's former German intermediary, Salzgitter Mannesmann International GmbH, which "ended cooperation as soon as we learned the Iranian Revolutionary Guards were involved," a Salzgitter spokesman said.

    Sanctions Hit—and Miss—in German Trade With Iran

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