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A just-released report from the Duke University Center on Globalization, Governance & Competitiveness finds that China is creating far more steel than the world needs, and it's causing big problems. Read the full report.

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PA Manufacturers' Association President David Taylor discusses why PA's Steel Industry is the target of global economic warfare.

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Rep. Evankovich, Chairman of the PA House Manufacturing Caucus recently held an informational meeting for members to learn about the state of the steel industry in Pennsylvania. PA Steel Alliance Co-Chairs, Christopher J. Masciantonio, General Manager for Governmental Affairs at U. S. Steel and Bob McAuliffe, USW District 10 Director, provide testimony about the negative impacts of illegal steel dumping and unfair foreign trade. Watch the entire meeting here.

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Recently, Scott Paul of the Alliance for American Manufacturing talked about the steel industry and the state of U.S. manufacturing with the Washington Journal. Watch the interview which aired on C-SPAN below.

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Iron and Steel Slag is a reliable, environmentally friendly and cost-effective product created during the steel making process. Click below to view an informational video about slag.

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On January 31st government leaders joined U.S. Steel officials in the commissioning of Clairton Coke Work's C Battery. The C Battery, a mechanically and ecologically cutting-edge unit, is replacing a series of former batteries which powered the coke plant. The new coke oven battery is needed to produce consistent amounts of coke while reducing the amount of soot created in the process. The $500-plus million investment offers long-term job stability for the nearly 3,000 employees at the Mon Valley Works. Special guests tossed a ceremonial coin into a hot car, per U.S. Steel tradition, for the first push of new coke batteries to signify the company's commitment.

The PA Steel Alliance commends U.S. Steel for this initiative, which demonstrates the positive impact that the steel industry continues to have in Pennsylvania. Click below to see more.

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Former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge and Colonel Robert B. Stephan (USAF Retired) presented the findings from their ground-breaking report, "Preparing for 21st Century Risks: Revitalizing American Manufacturing to Protect, Respond and Recover" on October 1, 2012. Click the image below to view a video report.

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On October 1, 2012, the Pennsylvania Steel Alliance hosted former Pennsylvania Governor and Secretary for Homeland Security Tom Ridge and Colonel Robert B. Stephan (USAF-Ret) to discuss a groundbreaking report that described the United States' need to revitalize its manufacturing capacity and reduce its risks of vulnerability due to reliance on foreign suppliers. The report cited the U.S. as being under-prepared for serious emergencies because of the offshoring of critical manufacturing capabilities.

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The Pennsylvania Steel Alliance released a study on the economic impact of the industry during a press conference at the Capitol. Click the image below to view a video report.

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