Date: 24 November 2021 ، the watch 12:27
News ID: 10492

Global Crude Steel Output Up 5.9% in 10 Months

Global crude steel production during the first ten months of the current year, up %5.9 YOY, World Steel Association announced.

According to the report of Public Relations of IMIDRO, Global crude steel production during the first 10 months of current year stood at 1billion and 607.1 Mt, registering a %5.9 growth compared with the corresponding period of the last year, WSA reported.

During October 2021, 64 steel producing countries produced 145.7 Mt of crude steel, indicating 10.6 percent decrease compared with the October 2020, WSA declared.

Also, World Steel Association report shows that Iran’s steel output during the first ten months of the current year stood at 22.4 Mt, indicating a %5.7 decrease compared with the same period of the year before. Meanwhile, steel output of Iran during October 2021 were 2.2 Mt, down 15.3 percent YOY.

During this ten-month period, China with 877.1 Mt crude steel output, India with 96.9 Mt, Japan with 80.4 Mt, United States with 71.7 Mt and Russia with 62.5Mt respectively were the world’s top 5 steel producing countries. Meanwhile, Iran still is the 10th biggest steel producer country in the world, WSA reported.


Source: IMIDRO