Definitions

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  • noun The manufacture of steel

Etymologies

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steel +‎ making

Examples

  • I don't know for sure, but I would have to assume that steelmaking is the same way.

    Economic Education, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Over the last 12 months, Massey reported revenues of $2.7 billion, from sales of metallurgical coal, a key ingredient in steelmaking, and thermal coal used by utilities.

    Massey's Directors Mull Sale, Options

  • ArcelorMittal also said it failed to push through price rises aimed at countering the overall rise in steelmaking ingredients such as iron ore and coking coal experienced this year, and now expects steel prices to remain stable or decline marginally in the final months of 2010.

    ArcelorMittal Warns of Weak Demand

  • A boom in steelmaking has strained the domestic supply of coking coal, which is used to make steel.

    Australian Rail IPO Marks Bet on Coal

  • ArcelorMittal is suspending a potential $8 billion investment in Indonesian steelmaking facilities, amid the economic downturn and after more than a year of deadlocked negotiations.

    ArcelorMittal Delays Plan to Invest in Indonesia

  • For many North American steelmakers, the fundamental market shift that caused this decline in steelmaking capacity was incremental.

    Creating a Culture of Opportunity in Canada

  • In 1973, two years before Japan's productivity in steelmaking surpassed that of the U.S., the steelworkers and the largest

    Voting for Unemployment

  • In 1973, two years before Japan's productivity in steelmaking surpassed that of the U.S., the steelworkers and the largest

    Voting for Unemployment

  • In 1973, two years before Japan's productivity in steelmaking surpassed that of the U.S., the steelworkers and the largest

    Voting for Unemployment

  • Today the world's annual capacity for steelmaking is about 525 million tons, and it is the ambition -- not just of the smallest countries, but of quite small subdivisions of many countries -- to have steelmaking capacity of their own; an ambition, I may say, not unknown in Canada.

    Steel

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