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Labor 1 Jobs -19% /1998 Fraud 3 Offshore 9 Sales 85 Bn $.€ /year Profit 26 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 232 *min. Influence 1
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shareholdercountry%source
Mittal (famille)India43AFP
Public institutionLuxembourg2,7AFP
? More shareholders of ArcelorMittal
year
business
source
2007ArcelorMittal sells 25% of the steel bought in Europe.Les Echos
2007Mittal Steel Lazaro Cardenas is Mexico?s largest steel producer and slab exporter.
2006Mittal Arcelor is the wold's largest steel-maker, with a prroduction of 116 million tons per year.AFP
2006Mittal Steel sells 10% of the steel used in the world.Les Echos
2005Mittal Steel produces 70% of the steel made in Poland.Les Echos
2005Mittal Steel produces 59 million tons of steel, is world's largest steelmaker.Les Echos
2004Mittal Steel produced 42,1 million tons of steel in 2004, world's largest steel maker.Les Echos
? More business descriptions and market shares for ArcelorMittal.
subsidiarycountry%source
Arcelor SA Luxembourg100AFP
Erdemir Turkey24,99Les Echos
Hunan Valin Tube China33Les Echos
Ispat International NV. Netherland Antilles100Lib?ration
Kremikovtsi Bulgaria71Les Echos
Krivorijstal Ukraine100AFP
Macarthur Coal Ltd Australia14Bloomberg
Noble International Ltd United States of America40
Uttam Galva Steels India29,4Les Echos
? More subsidiaries of ArcelorMittal
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
South Africa South Africa
: Production, minerai de fer
 
Algeria Algeria
: Production, minerai de fer: 2 millions de tonnes/an
 
Algeria Algeria
: Production,
 AFP
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
: Production, tubes sans soudure
 
Bosnia Herzegovina Bosnia Herzegovina
:
 Les Echos
China China
Yingkou :
 
Cyprus Cyprus
: Production,
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Les Echos
Gibraltar Gibraltar
: Production,
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Les Echos
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands
: Production,
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Les Echos
India India
Orissa : Production, 12 millions de tonnes/an
 AFP
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
:
 Les Echos
Liberia Liberia
: Production, minerai de fer
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Liberia Liberia
: Mine de fer d'un milliard de m?tres cubes de minerai
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) AFP
Macedonia Macedonia
:
 Les Echos
Mexico Mexico
: Production, steel mill
 AP
Mexico Mexico
Mittal Steel Lazaro Cardenas, Fco. J. M?jica No. 1-B C.P. 60950 L?zaro C?rdenas Michoacan : Production, steel
 
Mexico Mexico
Sicartsa : Production,
 Les Echos
Mozambique Mozambique
: Production, minerai de fer et charbon
 
Poland Poland
Czestochowa : aci?rie
 Batiactu
Poland Poland
PHS (Sendzimira, Katowice, Florian et Cedler) :
 
Poland Poland
Czestochowa : 700.000 tonnes d'acier par an pour 2.000 salari?s
 Les Echos
Poland Poland
Swietochowice : sid?rurgiste
 L'usine nouvelle
Poland Poland
Sosnowiec : tiges m?talliques
 L'usine nouvelle
Romania Romania
:
 Les Echos
Russia Russia
Tver : Production,
 Les Echos
Senegal Senegal
: Production, minerai de fer
 
Trinidad y Tobago Trinidad y Tobago
:
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Turkey Turkey
Rozak (51%) : Production, Rozak est le principal distributeur de produits sid?rurgiques en Turquie.
 
Uruguay Uruguay
Cinter : Production, tubes en acier soud?
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Les Echos
Venezuela Venezuela
Unicon : Production, tubes en acier soud?
 Les Echos

  • Environmental impact

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2006Mittal, Aditya
See the photo of: Mittal, Aditya Chief Financial Officer;
2006Pinault, Fran?ois
See the photo of: Pinault, Fran?ois Director;
Lib?ration
2005Mukherjee, Malay
See the photo of: Mukherjee, Malay Chief Operating Officer;
AFP
2004Mittal, Lakshmi N
See the photo of: Mittal, Lakshmi N Chief Executive Officer;
Lib?ration
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
2011
285300
-10000
Internal restructuring:
Les Echos
2010
165000
-40000
Internal restructuring:
AFP
2009
-400
Closure/Bankruptcy: ArcelorMittal closes a steel-plant in Indiana because of the economic crisis and the decrease in the demand.: United States of America
Les Echos
2008
ArcelorMittal removes 1400 stations in the function support in France thanks to voluntary departures.: France
Les Echos
2008
-9000
Internal restructuring: ArcelorMittal launches a plan for voluntary departures in 9000 to cut administrative and commercial positions.:
Les Echos
2008
-2444
Internal restructuring: ArcelorMittal restructures its Burns Harbor's plant in Indiana.: United States of America
AP
2008
Five Kazakh coal miners are missing after the second explosion to affect an ArcelorMittal pit in the Central Asian country this year. The accident occurred at 4:17 a.m. local time in the Karaganda region's Tentekskaya mine. One hundred workers were in the mine at the time of the blast and 95 have been brought to the surface.: Kazakhstan
Bloomberg
2008
-350
Outsourcing: ArcelorMittal will sub-contract in India the maintenance of its software, a volume of work of approximately 350 full equivalent-times currently carried out with the Benelux countries, in France and Europe of the South.: France
Les Echos
2008
-700
Internal restructuring: ArcelorMittal's board decided to cut around 700 jobs at its site at Gandrange in Eastern France. The workers affected may be offered alternative positions at the group's plant at Florange nearby and in Luxembourg.: France
AFX
2006
The Kazakh government on Feb. 19 ordered ArcelorMittal Temirtau, the local unit of the world's biggest steelmaker, to improve safety or risk losing operating permits. A blast killed 30 workers at ArcelorMittal's Abaiskaya mine in January and an explosion at the Lenin mine claimed 41 lives in September 2006.: Kazakhstan
Bloomberg
2006
ILO violation 87,98 : Two miners died and 41 were injured, including two seriously, following the brutal evacuation on 20 April of the mining company L?zaro C?rdenas Las Truchas (Sicartsa), where the workers had been on strike and holding a sit-in since 2 April demanding the recognition of the trade union leader Napole?n G?mez Urrutia and the withdrawal of that recognition from the imposed leader. In a disproportionate attack, 800 federal and state police were sent to confront around 500 workers. One of the workers who died was H?ctor ?lvarez G?mez, a trade union representative on the joint committee at Mittal Steel. Employees of the Federal Workers? Council (Junta Obrera Federal) complained in late November that 100 armed police has turned up threaten workers who were planning a one hour stoppage to denounce the violation of their rights. The workers were complaining because wage increases had been frozen and other benefits had been cut. They were also trying to obtain legal recognition of their collective agreement.: Mexico
ITUC-CSI
2006
224000
-26000
Internal restructuring:
Reuters
2006
-200
Closure/Bankruptcy: Luxembourg
Le Monde
2005
2005
-800
Closure/Bankruptcy: Mittal Steel cuts jobs at Weirton mill, West Virginia.: United States of America
AP
2003
-750
Merger/Acquisition: Restructuration de deux usines rachet?es ? ThyssenKrupp.: Germany
Les Echos
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
 16 informations, access to subscribers

  • Lobbying & corruption

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome buybacksource
2008   4,124billion Eu?Les Echos
2008   84,96,4   billion Eu?Les Echos
2008 The Council of French competition sanctioned 11 companies with a total fine of 575 d' million; euros to have formed a trust on the market of l' steel between 1999 and 2004. ArcelorMittal, Klockner and Descours & Cabaud n' the objections did not dispute. The trust would have made it possible to increase the prices of the beams, tubes, rolled-iron products, reinforcing bars, of 5%? 10% for thousands of industrial customers.     Les Echos
2008 South African steel producers raked in billions of rands by colluding to fix prices and share commercially sensitive information, according to the Competition Commission to the Pretoria High Court. The government announced that costs related to building 2010 stadiums had shot up by more than R2-billion ? partly as a result of high steel prices. The alleged cartel includes ArcelorMittal South Africa, Barloworld Robor, Pro Roof Steel Merchants, Kulungile Metals Group, Scaw Metals Group, Cape Gate and Cape Town Iron Steel Works, Trident Steel, Macsteel Holdings, and Highveld Steel & Vanadium Corporation.     Sunday Times
2008   0,138billion Eu?Cercle Finance
2007   2,604billion Eu?Les Echos
2007 In September 2007, the Competition Tribunal of South Africa imposed a R692-million fine on the world?s top steelmaker for abusing its dominance and for excessive prices.     Sunday Times
2007   105,210,36   billion US$AFP
2007   0,59billion US$Les Echos
2005   28,13,4   billion US$
2004   22,24,7   billion US$
2003   9,61,2   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 12 informations, access to subscribers
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
2007EtatBelgium50 million Eu?Les Echos
yeardonatorcountryamountsource
 1 informations, access to subscribers
year
dubious practice : image
source
2007slogan: Transforming tomorrow.;
2007slogan: Boldness changes everything.;


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