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The world's ironmakers produced less pig iron in June, keeping the half-year total also down on-year. At 110.1 million tonnes, June output fell 5.2% on-month and 3.8% on-year, pushing January-June output down 5.5% on-year at 651.3mt, Kallanish learns from worldsteel data. All regions cut their pig iron output in June, but Asia and China led by volume, traditionally. At 93mt, Asia's total pig iron production volume shrunk 4.9% on-month and 0.7% on…
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