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HBIS Co's Board Elects Chairman
HBIS Sees 2019 Net Profit Down 25.5-36.6% Y/Y
Hesteel's Net Profit Down In Q3, Jan-Sept
HBIS COMPANY LIMITED, formerly Hebei Iron and Steel Co., Ltd, is a China-based company principally engaged in the smelting, processing and distribution of iron and steel products. The Company's main products include plates, rods, wires and profiles. The Company's products are used in automotive, petroleum, railway, bridge, construction, electricity, transportation, light industry, home appliances and other industries. The Company is also involved in the production of vanadium steel materials and vanadium products. The Company distributes its products in domestic market and to overseas markets, with North China as its main market.
Iron & Steel
No. 385, Tiyu South Street
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Australian miner Fortescue Metals Group won a tender to supply HBIS Group Co Ltd with an iron ore spot cargo that will be paid for in yuan, the Chinese steelmaker said on Monday.
China's Baoshan Iron & Steel Co Ltd, the listed arm of the country's biggest steel producer China Baowu Steel Group, has completed its first iron ore deal settled in Chinese currency with Brazil's Vale SA.
Chinese special police took part in their first joint training drills in Europe on Thursday, joining Serbia's elite anti-terrorist unit and local police in an exercise at a Chinese-owned steel mill outside Belgrade.
The European Commission opened an investigation on Tuesday after finding evidence that Chinese steel producers are avoiding anti-dumping duties by slightly modifying the material they export.
* Spot deal to be settled on DCE iron ore prices, premium/discount
European steel lobby Eurofer plans to raise concerns with the European Commission over Chinese group Jingye's proposed rescue of British Steel, saying the deal may flout rules on fair competition.
Small steel mills in China are taking advantage of lax environmental enforcement to ramp up production ahead of bigger rivals, industry and government officials said, jeopardising anti-smog targets and defying industry consolidation.
China's leading steel companies have formed a group to investigate whether "non-market factors" are causing a record surge in iron ore prices and have called on the government to maintain market stability.
Serbia said on Tuesday it had asked the European Commission to exempt it from new steel import quotas to ensure continued full production by the country's Chinese-owned steel mill, a key driver of its economic growth.
* Tie-up rules allows one party to take majority stake after IPO
India's Tata Steel would consider taking a majority stake in its planned European steel joint venture with Germany's Thyssenkrupp after the business has publicly listed, according to two sources familiar with the matter.
Major Asian nations reacted sharply on Friday to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, warning of damage to relations amid industry calls for retaliation.
The European Union has set import duties on Chinese corrosion-resistant steel to counter what it says are unfairly low prices, the latest in a series of measures against Chinese products and steel in particular.
Serbian steelmaker Zelezara Smederevo has boosted production and revenue in 2017, the office of the country's president said on Monday.
China's biggest steel makers have rarely had it so good.
* Steel, aluminium producers see gains on high materials prices
The European Union has imposed provisional import duties of as much as 28.5 percent on certain Chinese corrosion-resistant steels after an eight-month investigation found that the products benefited from unfair subsidies.
The European Union has slapped provisional import duties of as much as 28.5 percent on certain Chinese corrosion resistant steels after an eight-month investigation found that the products enjoyed unfair subsidies.
China stocks ended the morning session on Thursday lower amid profit taking in both mainland and Hong Kong shares, and as recent gains prompted China's largest aluminium producer to warn investors of market risks.
Red-hot shares of Chinese building materials companies dipped on Wednesday as investors took profits on a months-long rally, weighing on broader benchmark indexes.
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