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  • n. Plural form of ferroalloy.

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  • On average, minerals contributed 60% of national exports in the eighties, 69% of which was gold and if certain processed mineral-based products such as ferroalloys (but not steel) are included, the mining industry's share of exports averaged two-thirds.

    DRAFT MINERAL & ENERGY POLICY

  • However, if beneficiated mineral-based products such as ferroalloys and steel are included, the mining industry's share of GDP and GNFI would be significantly higher (15-20% of GDP).

    DRAFT MINERAL & ENERGY POLICY

  • Nava Bharat Ventures Ltd, a Hyderabad-based company with interests in power, coal, ferroalloys and sugar, is planning to raise $500 million to fund its power project in Zambia.

    Morning News Roundup

  • Vale said its operating performance improved not only in iron ore but also in all its other products, including pellets, manganese, ferroalloys, coal, nickel, copper and cobalt amid favorable demand.

    Vale More Than Quadruples Net Profit

  • The Commerce Ministry said it will start imposing export quotas on ferroalloys containing more than 10% rare-earth minerals by weight, effective Friday.

    China Tightens Rare-Earth Rules

  • On Thursday, China also said it will also raise the threshold for companies applying for export quotas, and the Commerce Ministry said it will start imposing export quotas on ferroalloys containing more than 10% rare-earth minerals by weight.

    China Rare-Earth Exports Rise

  • "Hanlong has said they want to use Moly Mines to become an international mining house specializing in iron ore, molybdenum and ferroalloys," said

    Corporate Watch

  • "Hanlong has said they want to use Moly Mines to become an international mining house specialising in iron ore, molybdenum and ferroalloys," said

    China Firm Seeks Australian Mine Deals

  • Ferro, a plant that produces ferroalloys in the town of Zestaphoni, has been working at half capacity, using only five of its 11 furnaces.

    Georgia: Economic Slump Hurting

  • Manganese dioxide is used to: manufacture ferroalloys; manufacture dry cell batteries (it's a depolarizer); to "decolorize" glass; to prepare some chemicals, like oxygen and chlorine; and to dry black paints.

    Manganese

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