TORONTO, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Dofasco Inc. said on Monday it would delay its decision on plans for a U.S. steelmaking venture until late January. The Hamilton, Ontario-based company originally planned to have construction of a 500,000-tonne-a-year facility in the southern United States under way by the end of 2004. The joint-venture plant would provide automotive industry customers with galvanized steel for body panels. "We're likely to have the decision more toward the end of January," ...
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