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Dublin business students see power of China’s steel industry

The visit of 38 MBA students from the UCD Michael Smurfit Business School to Baosteel in Shanghai coincided with the announcement that the company is to form a strategic alliance with the largest steelmaker in western China.

18th March, 2006

The visit of 38 MBA students from the UCD Michael Smurfit Business School to Baosteel in Shanghai coincided with the announcement that the company is to form a strategic alliance with the largest steelmaker in western China.

Baosteel is already one of the world’s top 500 companies and China’s biggest steel producer.

It turned out 22.7 million tonnes last year - 6 per cent of China’s total. In 2005, China produced 349 million...

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