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INDIA-POSCO/
RTXXBOP 
January 31, 2011 
A man walks past a logo of steelmaker POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul October 25, 2010.... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A man walks past a logo of POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul 
A man walks past a logo of steelmaker POSCO at the company's headquarters in Seoul October 25, 2010. India's environment ministry on Monday approved plans by South Korea's POSCO to build a $12 billion steel mill, a boost for the foreign investment climate in Asia's third-largest economy after several setbacks for big ticket industrial projects.
REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
POSCO-RESULTS/
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April 13, 2010 
A man works at a steel product shop in Seoul April 13, 2010. POSCO, the world's No. 4 steelmaker, raised... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A man works at a steel product shop in Seoul 
A man works at a steel product shop in Seoul April 13, 2010. POSCO, the world's No. 4 steelmaker, raised its annual sales target after posting a near four-fold rise in quarterly profit, as economic recovery drove demand from China and manufacturers of autos and home appliances. POSCO, the first of Asia's big steel firms to report March quarter results, posted a 1.45 trillion won ($1.30 billion) operating profit, versus the year-earlier's 373 billion won and 1.6 trillion won three months before. REUTERS/Truth Leem (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
KOREA
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July 19, 2006 
Protesters with iron pipes confront policemen as they march toward the POSCO headquarters in support... 
Pohang, South Korea 
Protesters with iron pipes confront with policemen as they march toward the headquarters of POSCO at... 
Protesters with iron pipes confront policemen as they march toward the POSCO headquarters in support of union workers occupying the headquarters in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 19, 2006. More than 1,000 striking workers accused POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel maker, of providing substitute workers to weaken their bargaining position, and have occupied its headquarters, while POSCO has denied the charges. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA) 
TRADE STEEL KOREA
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March 06, 2002 
An employee at South Korean steel producer, Pohang Iron and Steel Co (POSCO)
walks past a structure... 
Seoul, Korea - Republic of 
AN EMPLOYEE AT POHANG IRON AND STEEL CO WALKS PAST A STRUCTURE
DISPLAYED IN SEOUL. 
An employee at South Korean steel producer, Pohang Iron and Steel Co (POSCO)
walks past a structure displayed at a headquarters of POSCO in Seoul March
6, 2002. South Korea, home to the world's biggest steel maker, said on
Wednesday it may contest pending U.S. steel import tariffs that analysts
predict will only dent rather than buckle local exporters. REUTERS/Kim
Kyung-hoon

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TRADE STEEL KOREA
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March 06, 2002 
South Koreans walk on the emblem of the country's major steel producer,
Pohang Iron and Steel Co (POSCO),... 
Seoul, Korea - Republic of 
SOUTH KOREANS WALK ON THE EMBLEM OF THE COUNTRY'S MAJOR STEEL
PRODUCER, POSCO IN SEOUL. 
South Koreans walk on the emblem of the country's major steel producer,
Pohang Iron and Steel Co (POSCO), at a headquarters of POSCO in Seoul March
6, 2002. South Korea, home to the world's biggest steel maker, said on
Wednesday it may contest pending U.S. steel import tariffs that analysts
predict will only dent rather than buckle local exporters. REUTERS/Kim
Kyung-hoon

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