Tata, Corus Combine to Form 5th-Largest Mill

November 2006
Metal Center News;Nov2006, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p42
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The article reports that India's Tata Steel Ltd. has agreed to acquire Corus Group PLC in Europe. The merger is expected to result in the creation of the word's fifth largest steel producer. Corus is Europe's second largest steelmaker, with production of 18.2 million tons from facilities in Great Britain and the Netherlands.


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