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

  • A city of northeast China south-southwest of Shenyang. It has an enormous integrated iron and steel complex. Population: 1,280,000.

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  • proper n. A prefecture-level city in northeastern China.


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  • Last month, for example, when the Chinese manufacturer Anshan Iron and Steel announced plans to participate in the construction of a steel mill that would employ scores of Americans in Mississippi, 50 members of Congress called for an investigation.

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  • Angang Steel is based in Anshan, Liaoning province, and is the listed unit of Anshan Iron & Steel Group Corp. It produces steel plates, small H-shaped steel, train wheels and wheel rims.

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  • For instance, U.S. based Steel Development Co. signed an agreement in September with Anshan Iron & Steel Group Corp. also known as AnSteel, to jointly set up five steel plants in the U.S.

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  • Yet, as with Japan, the high growth of Chinese investment—albeit from a tiny base—is already sparking a political firestorm in the U.S. Recent controversies have flared around various investments by telecommunications equipment supplier Huawei, as well as steelmaker Anshan in a Mississippi rebar plant, and the acquisition of small aircraft maker Cirrus by a Chinese state-owned company.

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  • Anshan Iron & Steel Group's iron ore joint venture with Gindalbie Metals Ltd. has suffered similar issues.

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  • Anshan already manufacturers far more sophisticated steel products in China.

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  • Anshan is, as critics note, owned by the Chinese government.

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