The American Iron and Steel Institute at the consortium's general meeting Monday-Tuesday (May 14-15) in Washington will disclose two new UltraLight Steel Auto initiatives and announce online classes for engineers that AISI hopes will expand use of steel in future automotive applications. Surprisingly, AISI isn't expected to increase pressure on the Bush Admin. to initiate fast track legislation that would help struggling steel producers hurt by imports. “I kind of applaud the government ...
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