Arcelormittal

ArcelorMittal to keep its head above water by cutting more jobs

After announcing weak financial results for the first half of 2019, the steel manufacturer is planning to cut more jobs to be able to operate

Midrand’s ‘airpocalypse’ a reality with toxic air

The air people breathe in Midrand is often 50 times more toxic than is considered safe

​ArcelorMittal facing criminal charges for alleged breach of pollution licence

Company is being charged for allegedly operating parts of its giant steel mill, and polluting the air, without permission to do so

Global investors are launching a climate plan to pressure gas emitters

The plan will focus on: improving governance on climate change, curbing emissions and strengthening climate-related financial disclosures"

Just how representative is the steel industry, when downstream players suffer?

In the wake of further calls to regulate the steel industry, downstream players are sidelined and ArcelorMittal has the loudest say.

US steels itself against SA imports

While the local steel industry is seeking tariff protection, its US counterpart is – surprise! – petitioning for anti-dumping duties to be imposed.

SA’s steel industry on brink of collapse

China’s over-supply is putting thousands of South African jobs at risk, but the state has been slow to respond.

Foes unite to keep job crisis at bay

The local steel industry is vanishing and about 190 000 people face losing their jobs.

Steel crisis spurs state into action

Falling prices and a global oversupply could trigger import tariffs to protect local producers.

Just admit it, corporate SA: You are killers

For too long, industries have been able to operate unchecked, a situation that costs people's lives.

Big business shrugs off health concerns

Boipatong struggles to breathe and residents say the steel mill is to blame. But ArcelorMittal says it is not responsible for their health problems.

ArcelorMittal could face action in SA

Tough talk around ArcelorMittal's French plans has shone a spotlight on its local pricing structure.

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