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KAZAKHSTAN-LABOUR/
RTR344KH 
June 25, 2012 
A general view of an avenue leading to ArcelorMittal's steel plant in the central Kazakh city of Temirtau... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A general view of an avenue leading to ArcelorMittal's steel plant in Temirtau 
A general view of an avenue leading to ArcelorMittal's steel plant in the central Kazakh city of Temirtau June 13, 2012. The demands of local workers have become impossible to ignore for the companies responsible for the country's colossal Soviet-era plants and the towns that grew up around them. One thing must be avoided at all costs: a scenario such as the riots that followed a seven-month labour dispute in the oil town of Zhanaozen in December. Picture taken June 13, 2012. REUTERS/Valery Kaliyev (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT COMMODITIES) 
KAZAKHSTAN-LABOUR/
RTR344JZ 
June 25, 2012 
Vijay Mahadevan, Chief Executive of ArcelorMittal Temirtau, speaks during an interview at the office... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
Mahadevan, Chief Executive of ArcelorMittal Temirtau, speaks during an interview at the office of his... 
Vijay Mahadevan, Chief Executive of ArcelorMittal Temirtau, speaks during an interview at the office of his company's steel plant in the central Kazakh city of Temirtau June 13, 2012. The demands of local workers have become impossible to ignore for the companies responsible for Kazakhstan's colossal Soviet-era plants and the towns that grew up around them. One thing must be avoided at all costs: a scenario such as the riots that followed a seven-month labour dispute in the oil town of Zhanaozen in December. Picture taken June 13, 2012. REUTERS/Valery Kaliyev (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT COMMODITIES) 
KAZAKHSTAN-LABOUR/
RTR344JT 
June 25, 2012 
Employees work inside the refurbished blast furnace at the Arcelor Mittal Temirtau steel plant in the... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
Employees work inside the refurbished blast furnace at the Arcelor Mittal Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau... 
Employees work inside the refurbished blast furnace at the Arcelor Mittal Temirtau steel plant in the central Kazakh city of Temirtau June 13, 2012. The demands of local workers have become impossible to ignore for the companies responsible for the country's colossal Soviet-era plants and the towns that grew up around them. One thing must be avoided at all costs: a scenario such as the riots that followed a seven-month labour dispute in the oil town of Zhanaozen in December. Picture taken June 13, 2012. REUTERS/Valery Kaliyev (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT COMMODITIES) 
KAZAKHSTAN-LABOUR/
RTR344JS 
June 25, 2012 
Employees work inside a continuous casting machine at the ArcelorMittal Temirtau steel plant in the central... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
Employees work inside a continuous casting machine at the ArcelorMittal Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau... 
Employees work inside a continuous casting machine at the ArcelorMittal Temirtau steel plant in the central Kazakh city of Temirtau June 13, 2012. The demands of local workers have become impossible to ignore for the companies responsible for the country's colossal Soviet-era plants and the towns that grew up around them. One thing must be avoided at all costs: a scenario such as the riots that followed a seven-month labour dispute in the oil town of Zhanaozen in December. Picture taken June 13, 2012. REUTERS/Valery Kaliyev (KAZAKHSTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT COMMODITIES) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL79 
December 07, 2009 
Environmentalist Dmitry Kalmykov speaks in the ecological museum in the town of Karaganda, central Kazakhstan... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
Environmentalist Dmitry Kalmykov speaks in the ecological museum in the town of Karaganda, central Kazakhstan... 
Environmentalist Dmitry Kalmykov speaks in the ecological museum in the town of Karaganda, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. Its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, the Temirtau steel plant spews enough smoke to cloak the entire city with a cloud of toxic emissions. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL6S 
December 07, 2009 
A red-hot steel billet is seen in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7,... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A red-hot steel billet is seen in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan 
A red-hot steel billet is seen in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL6Q 
December 07, 2009 
A worker packs a roll of sheet iron in the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A worker packs a roll of sheet iron in the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan... 
A worker packs a roll of sheet iron in the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL6P 
December 07, 2009 
A worker transports molten cast iron in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A worker transports molten cast iron in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central... 
A worker transports molten cast iron in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL6O 
December 07, 2009 
A worker checks molten cast iron in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A worker checks molten cast iron in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central... 
A worker checks molten cast iron in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL6M 
December 07, 2009 
Red-hot steel billets are seen in the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
Red-hot steel billets are seen in the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan... 
Red-hot steel billets are seen in the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL6J 
December 07, 2009 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL68 
December 07, 2009 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL65 
December 07, 2009 
A view of the town of Temirtau in front of the Temirtau steel plant, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009.... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A view of the town of Temirtau in front of the Temirtau steel plant, central Kazakhstan 
A view of the town of Temirtau in front of the Temirtau steel plant, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL5Z 
December 07, 2009 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan 
A view of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL5W 
December 07, 2009 
A worker looks on while standing in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau,... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A worker looks on while standing in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central... 
A worker looks on while standing in front of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL5V 
December 07, 2009 
A worker looks at a furnace inside the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A worker looks at a furnace inside the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan 
A worker looks at a furnace inside the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL5S 
December 07, 2009 
A view of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A view of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan 
A view of a furnace in the Temirtau steel plant in Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL5R 
December 07, 2009 
A worker checks molten cast iron in front of the furnace in a shop of the Temirtau steel plant in the... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
A worker checks molten cast iron in front of the furnace in a shop of the Temirtau steel plant in the... 
A worker checks molten cast iron in front of the furnace in a shop of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL5P 
December 07, 2009 
A view of Termirtau town in central Kazakhstan with the Termirtau steel plant in the background, December... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
The Termirtau steel plant is seen here as a backdrop to the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan 
A view of Termirtau town in central Kazakhstan with the Termirtau steel plant in the background, December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CITYSCAPE) 
CLIMATE-KAZAKHSTAN/
RTXRL5O 
December 07, 2009 
Vehicles drive during morning traffic in front of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central... 
TEMIRTAU, Kazakhstan 
Vehicles drive during morning traffic in front of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central... 
Vehicles drive during morning traffic in front of the Temirtau steel plant in the town of Temirtau, central Kazakhstan December 7, 2009. With its chimneys towering high above the steppe of central Kazakhstan, a giant maze of rusty pipes and billowing furnaces built in the 1960s, the plant is Central Asia's biggest steel producer -- and one of its biggest polluters. The start of climate talks in Copenhagen on Monday has given new impetus to a campaign by local ecologists and production officials to tackle the problem. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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