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Cliffs Natural Resources has said it will no longer supply Essar Steel Algoma with iron ore pellets.

Cliffs Natural Resources announced that it has terminated an agreement to supply Essar Steel Algoma in Sault Ste. Marie with iron ore pellets.The Cleveland iron ore miner, most noted in the North ... more >>

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