Ukraine on the results of the metallurgical enterprises in July 2009
cut steel production by 27, 7% compared to July 2008 - up
2, 662 million tons and saved in eighth place in the ranking of 66 countries - the main
manufacturers of these products , compiled by the World Association
steel producers (WSA, formerly the International Iron and Steel Institute
- IISI).

It should be noted that the growth of steel production during the crisis, says
Only two countries - China and India, and the maximum fall was observed
in the USA - 41, 6% compared with July 2008. The top ten
producing countries on the end of July included China (50, 676 million tons, an increase
12, 6%), Japan (7, 660 million tons, falling by 24, 9%), Russia (5, 017 million
tons, a drop of 18, 4%), United States (4, 971 million tons, a drop of 41, 6%), India
(4, 730 million tons, an increase of 4, 3%), South Korea (4, 031 million tonnes, a fall
13, 3%), Germany (2, 694 million tons, a drop of 28, 8%), Ukraine (2, 662 million
tons, falling by 27, 7%), Brazil (2, 496 million tons, a drop of 22, 8%)
and Turkey (2, 305 million tons, a drop of 8, 5%). The decline
steel production in July of this year compared to the previous month fixed
in Japan, while in most of the top ten - an increase of production.
Major steel producing countries (98% of world production) in July
2009 smelted 103, 861 million tons of this production, 11, 1% less
than in July 2008. In January-July 2009, 66 countries have made
652, 898 million tons of steel, 19, 9% lower than the same period
2008. The top ten producing countries have become the first seven
months of 2009 is as follows: China (317, 313 million tons,
growth at 2, 9%), Japan (44, 349 million tons, a drop of 38, 5%), India (32, 285 million
tons, an increase of 1, 7%), Russia (31, 801 million tons, a drop of 28, 5%), USA (29, 239 million
tons, a drop of 50, 8%), South Korea (26, 913 million tons, a drop of 16, 6%)
Germany (16, 528 million tons, a drop of 41, 4%), Ukraine (16, 277 million
tons, a drop of 37, 2%), Turkey (14, 073 million tons, a drop of 16%) and Brazil
(13, 061 million tons, a drop of 36, 9%). The top ten producing countries
in 2008 included China (502 million tons, an increase of 2, 6%), Japan
(118, 7 million tons, a drop of 1, 2%), USA (91, 5 million tons, a fall
6, 8%), Russia (68, 5 million tons, a drop of 5, 4%), India (55, 1 million
tons, an increase of 3, 7%), South Korea (53, 5 million tons, an increase of 3, 8%), Germany
(45, 8 million tons, a drop of 5, 6%), Ukraine (37, 1 million tons, a fall
13, 4%), Brazil (33, 7 million tonnes, falling to 0, 2%) and Italy (30, 5 million
tons, a drop of 3, 4%). The decline in steel output in 2008
compared to 2007 registered in most of the top ten,
except for China, South Korea and India. Major steel producing countries in 2008
smelted 904, 1 million tons of this production, which is 1, 2% less than in
2007.

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