* U.S Steel ready to ramp-up production * Sees some improvement in order flows * Calls for China to play by world trade rules By Steve James NEW YORK, June 23 (Reuters) - U.S. Steel Corp , which has been operating at less than half its capacity during the economic downturn, is on the verge of ramping-up production as orders improve, its chairman and CEO said on Tuesday. John Surma also blasted China for undermining the global steel industry through subsidies and tax benefits and ...
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