FRANKFURT, Aug 26 (Reuters) - ThyssenKrupp, Germany's biggest steelmaker, is ramping up production at its $12 billion plants in Brazil and the United States, underpinning its ambitious growth strategy in Europe and the NAFTA region [ID:nLDE67M1S3]. The first line of production at the 5.2-billion-euro ($6.60 billion) Brazil plant started last month and the first hot rolled coil, a key steel product for making cars, was produced at the $5-billion steelmaking and processing plants in Alabama. ...
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