Canada's Dofasco buys stake in Brazil factory SAO FRANCISCO do SUL, Brazil — Dofasco Ins., the Canadian steelmaker, says it will buy a stake in a Brazilian metal finishing factory. Dofasco will invest US$80 million to buy a 20% share of the new US$400 million Vega do Sul factory, which will be complete in 2003. The facility includes a cold rolling mill, a pickle line and an annealing and tempering mill, along with a hot-dipped galvanizing line. Vega do Sul will be owned by Dofasco, ...

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