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April 3, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Inland Steel Plans Chinese Joint Venture: Inland Steel Industries Inc. said it plans to enter a joint venture that will manage the sale of industrial materials in China. The firm's Inland International Inc. unit will own 49% of the venture, called Ryerson of China. Its Chinese partner, Baoshan Iron & Steel Corp., will own 51%.
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April 3, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Inland Steel Plans Chinese Joint Venture: Inland Steel Industries Inc. said it plans to enter a joint venture that will manage the sale of industrial materials in China. The firm's Inland International Inc. unit will own 49% of the venture, called Ryerson of China. Its Chinese partner, Baoshan Iron & Steel Corp., will own 51%.
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November 3, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
10 Acres of Old Kaiser Mill Headed to China: Part of Kaiser Steel's old Fontana mill that turned pig iron into ribbons of semi-finished steel will be broken down and shipped to China for reassembly, 20-story building and all, officials said. The deal was agreed to by California Steel Industries Inc., which bought Kaiser's finishing mill in 1984, a year after Kaiser shut down. California Steel, which continues to produce finished steel, is selling the No.
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September 12, 1993 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
His assignment to help industrialize his homeland has brought 37-year-old Quinping Yu here, face to face with an American icon of brute strength and manufacturing might that he is helping transplant back to China. Yu is one of about 300 Chinese engineers and welders, technicians and logisticians who are spending a year dismantling the old, 22-story Kaiser Steel Plant No. 2, once the most macho and biggest of buildings this side of the Mississippi.
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September 12, 1993 | TOM GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
His assignment to help industrialize his homeland has brought 37-year-old Quinping Yu here, face to face with an American icon of brute strength and manufacturing might that he is helping transplant back to China. Yu is one of about 300 Chinese engineers and welders, technicians and logisticians who are spending a year dismantling the old, 22-story Kaiser Steel Plant No. 2, once the most macho and biggest of buildings this side of the Mississippi.
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November 3, 1992 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
10 Acres of Old Kaiser Mill Headed to China: Part of Kaiser Steel's old Fontana mill that turned pig iron into ribbons of semi-finished steel will be broken down and shipped to China for reassembly, 20-story building and all, officials said. The deal was agreed to by California Steel Industries Inc., which bought Kaiser's finishing mill in 1984, a year after Kaiser shut down. California Steel, which continues to produce finished steel, is selling the No.
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