Steel production by country

This article summarizes the world steel production by country. For the company-oriented account, see List of steel producers.

Overview

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In 2005, total world crude steel production was 1131.8 million metric tons (mmt)[1].

Countries

The following list of steel-producing countries as of 2005 is compiled from the International Iron and Steel Institute's 2006 publication[2].

  1. China 394.9 Mton (2006)
  2. Japan 112.5 Mton
  3. United States 94.9 Mton
  4. Russia 66.1 Mton
  5. South Korea 47.8 Mton
  6. Germany 44.5 Mton
  7. Ukraine 38.6 Mton
  8. India 48.1 Mton
  9. Brazil 31.6 Mton
  10. Italy 29.3 Mton
  11. Turkey 21.0 Mton
  12. France 19.5 Mton
  13. Taiwan (ROC) 18.6 Mton
  14. Spain 17.8 Mton
  15. Mexico 16.2 Mton
  16. Canada 15.3 Mton
  17. United Kingdom 13.2 Mton
  18. Belgium 10.4 Mton
  19. South Africa 9.5 Mton
  20. Iran 9.4 Mton
  21. Poland 8.4 Mton


Total:

See also

References

1. ^ [1]
2. ^ World Steel in figures (PDF). International Iron and Steel Institute (2006).
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