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Baoshan Iron & Steel
31 октября, 19:01

New execs named for Baowu Steel

New managers have been appointed for China Baowu Iron &

31 августа, 19:01

Baosteel expects drop in China’s steel use in 2016

BAOSHAN Iron & Steel, China’s top listed steelmaker, expects the country’s apparent consumption of crude steel to drop to 680 million tons this year from 698 million tons in 2015, Dai Zhihao, its general

16 августа, 19:10

Share transfer binds SOEs to collaborate strategically

CHINA’S second largest steel maker Baosteel plans to transfer 800 million shares to China National Petroleum Corp as part of a “strategic collaboration” between the two state-owned enterprises. The share

27 июня, 19:10

Steel shares halted pending merger

SHARES of China’s two state-owned steel companies, Baoshan Iron & Steel Co and Wuhan Iron & Steel Co, were suspended from trading on the Shanghai Stock Exchange yesterday after saying their parents are

31 марта 2015, 10:00

China Baosteel executive under investigation for corruption

A top executive of China's Baosteel Group, the parent of Baoshan Iron & Steel , is being investigated for "serious disciplinary violations", China's corruption watchdog said on Tuesday, as Beijing intensifies its war on deep-seated graft. President Xi Jinping has warned that corruption threatens the survival of China's ruling Communist Party and his two-year anti-graft campaign has brought down scores of senior officials in the party, the government, the military and state-owned enterprises. "Serious disciplinary violations" is the term usually used to refer to corruption in China. A spokesman for Baosteel, China's second-largest steelmaker and the world's fourth largest, said the company was aware of the investigation and was watching developments but had no further immediate comment.

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17 июня 2014, 16:46

Китай: согласно оценкам ArcelorMittal, производство автомобилей в Поднебесной может вырасти в ближайшие 8 лет на 60%.

Согласно оценкам крупнейшего в мире производителя стали ArcelorMittal, производство автомобилей в Китае к 2021-2022 гг может вырасти на 60% с 22 млн штук до 30-35 млн, что, в свою очередь, повысит спрос на сталь. Стоит отметить, что компания расширяет свое присутствие на рынке Поднебесной и планирует задавить основного конкурента Baoshan Iron & Steel.

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17 июня 2014, 12:47

Китай: согласно оценкам ArcelorMittal, производство автомобилей в Поднебесной может вырасти в ближайшие 8 лет на 60%.

Согласно крупнейшему в мире производителя стали ArcelorMittal, производство автомобилей в Китае к 2021-2022 гг может вырасти на 60% с 22 млн штук до 30-35 млн, что в свою очередь повысит спрос на сталь. Стоит отметить, что компания расширяет свое присутствие на рынке Поднебесной и планирует задавить основного конкурента Baoshan Iron & Steel.

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24 марта 2014, 07:41

BRIEF-Baoshan Iron & Steel's e-commerce unit in talks with Shanghai Ganglian to set up JV

* Says e-commerce unit in talks with Shanghai Ganglian E-Commerce Holdings Co. Ltd to set up a joint venture with registered capital of up to 100 million yuan ($16.06 million)    

05 марта 2014, 07:59

Китайцы готовятся закупать киргизский уголь

Китайские компании Baoshan Iron & Steel (Baosteel) и Minmetals Development близки к подписанию соглашения о покупке по крайней мере 500.000 тонн угля в год у добывающей его в Киргизии австралийской фирмы, сказали Рейтер источники. Заявка промышленных конгломератов на закупки угля у западного соседа Китая противоречит планам Пекина поменьше сжигать угля в столице и прилегающих провинциях ради снижения задымленности. Baosteel, крупнейшая сталелитейная компания в Китае, намерена поставлять свою долю угля на завод Bayi Steel в Синьцзян-Уйгурском автономном районе, сообщил Рейтер во вторник источник, близкий к переговорам. Регион находится на граничащей с Киргизией западной окраине северной части Китая примерно в 4.000 километрах от Пекина. Необязывающие соглашения должны быть подписаны с австралийской Celsius Coal Ltd, которая развивает добычу металлургического угля в Киргизии и собирается начать производство в ближайшие два-три года. "Эти необязывающие меморандумы о взаимопонимании должны быть подписаны до конца этой недели", - сказал другой источник, близкий к переговорам. Baosteel и Minmetals не ответили на просьбы о комментариях. По этим соглашениям Baosteel и Minmetals могли бы покупать в равных долях 500.000-600.000 тонн угля в год. Китай будет стимулировать развитие в районах проживания этнических меньшинств и способствовать их индустриализации, заявил в понедельник высокопоставленный представитель Коммунистической партии Юй Чжэншэн, косвенно признавая экономические причины волнения в таких регионах, как Синьцзян. В текущей пятилетке производство стали в Синьцзяне должно вырасти до 23 миллионов тонн в год в 2015 году, 7 миллионов тонн новых мощностей были введены только в 2013 году. Baosteel, которая приобрела завод Bayi Steel в 2007 году, хочет стать основным поставщиком стали в западном регионе Китая. Для выплавки стали ей нужен коксующийся уголь, который в дефиците в Синьцзяне, где 98 процентов запасов пригодны только для использования в виде топлива для выработки электроэнергии. В результате коксующийся уголь в Синьцзяне, как правило, продается с премией к другим рынкам.http://ru.reuters.com/article/businessNews/idRUMSEA2301O20140304?sp=true

16 августа 2013, 12:34

Тайвань/Австралия/Китай: Formosa Plastics Group инвестирует $1,15 млрд в совместный проект Fortescue

Тайваньская компания Formosa Plastics Group заключила соглашение по инвестированию $1,15 млрд в рамках сделки по приобретению около трети акций нового проекта по добыче железной руды у своих партнеров Fortescue Metals Group и Baoshan Iron & Steel. При этом по условиям соглашения, Formosa внесет предоплату компании The Pilbara Infrastructure, филиалу Fortescue, в размере $500 млн, а также заплатит $123 млн за 31%-ную долю в проекте. Стоит отметить, что 88%-ная доля проекта принадлежит Fortescue, а 12%-ная доля - Baosteel.

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23 июля 2013, 11:14

Baoshan steel's general manager moves to Wuhan firm

MA Guoqiang has stepped down as general manager of Baoshan Iron & Steel Co, China's largest listed steel company, to join Wuhan Iron & Steel Group.

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29 апреля 2013, 02:02

Китай: чистая прибыль Baoshan Iron & Steel увеличилась в первом квартале на 33% Крупнейший в Китае п

Крупнейший в Китае публично-торгуемый сталелитейщик Baoshan Iron & Steel зафиксировал 33%-ный рост чистой прибыли в первом квартале, а также заявил, что ожидает увеличения операционной прибыли в текущем году благодаря возросшему спросу со стороны автопроизводителей. Так, чистая прибыль составила 1,63 млрд юаней ($264 млн), а операционная прибыль взлетела на 90% до 2,22 млрд юаней.

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26 апреля 2013, 19:56

Baoshan Steel в I квартале увеличила прибыль на 33%

Чистая прибыль крупнейшей сталелитейной компании Китая Baoshan Iron & Steel Co. по итогам I квартала 2013 г. выросла на 33% до 1,63 млрд юаней ($264 млн) на фоне увеличения спроса в транспортном секторе. Операционная прибыль за январь-март текущего года резко выросла на 90% и составила 2,22 млрд юаней ($360 млн) по сравнению с 1,17 млрд юаней ($189 млн) за аналогичный период прошлого года.Компания прогнозирует увеличение операционной прибыли по итогам этого года благодаря реализации проектов по строительству железных дорог и нефте- и газопроводов.Сталелитейная компания Китая Baoshan Iron & Steel Co. производит половину всей стали, использующейся в автомобилестроении КНР.

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22 января 2013, 20:10

Baosteel increases prices for 2nd time in a month

BAOSHAN Iron and Steel Co raised prices for main products for the second time in a month as it is positive about the market outlook and also to pass on higher costs, an analyst said.

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22 января 2013, 14:22

Baosteel marks up prices of key products again

BAOSHAN Iron & Steel Co raised prices of its main products for the second time in a month in a rare move which analysts said reflects the company's confidence in the market and its desire to pass on higher costs.

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10 января 2013, 12:53

Baoshan Steel projects 40% profit gain

BAOSHAN Iron & Steel Co, China's largest listed steel mill, said net profit may have increased 40 percent last year as gains from asset sales offset a decline in its core business.

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07 января 2013, 20:00

Baosteel forced to lift prices in February

BAOSHAN Iron and Steel Co, China's largest listed steel company, will raise February prices for main products because of higher raw material prices and rising demand.

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07 января 2013, 12:56

Baoshan to raise prices of main products

BAOSHAN Iron & Steel Co, China's largest listed steel company, will raise February prices of its main products due to higher raw material costs and rising demand.

02 ноября 2012, 15:33

Frontrunning: November 2

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Sony Corp also reported a loss. * China is marshalling its vast security apparatus ahead of a once-a-decade shuffle of party leaders, its first such transition in the era of social media, with half a billion Chinese swapping information online.   FT BANK OF ENGLAND'S CULTURE ATTACKED Excessive deference and hierarchy is damaging the Bank of England's effectiveness, according to three independent reviews that criticise the central bank's culture. BANKS IN LINE OF FIRE OVER PPI FIGURES The bill for UK banks for mis-selling payment protection insurance is set to hit 10.8 billion pounds on Friday when RBS sets aside another 400 million pounds. SHARP ADMITS 'MATERIAL DOUBT' ON SURVIVAL Sharp has admitted there is "material doubt" about its ability to stay in business as it warned of a second year of record losses. SHELL WARNS REFINING BOOM TO END SOON The refining boom that buoyed oil majors' third-quarter results could be shortlived, Royal Dutch Shell has warned. 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