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Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel) has won a contract from Hindalco to supply and build a main plant package for its upcoming 6x150MW captive power plant at Aditya Aluminium in Sambalpur, Orissa, India.

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Layoffs at US smelter

Ormet Corp, a US primary aluminium producer, said it reduced output to four of six potlines in 2009 at its 266kt/y smelter in Hannibal, Ohio and will lay off up to 100 workers.

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Chavez grants aluminium loan

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has granted $3.4M in interest-free loans to public aluminium companies and the country’s steel company Sidor.

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Nalco under fresh terrorist threat

India’s Nalco’s has come under a fresh Naxal terrorist threat after the rebels issued an ultimatum to the company relating to contract labourers and peripheral development.

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Alcoa to help Ferrari deliver California dreams

Italian sports car manufacturer, Ferrari, has chosen Alcoa Wheel and Transportation Products to supply the all-aluminium spaceframe for the Ferrari California.

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Siemens VAI set to axe jobs

Siemens VAI is set to axe 240 jobs at its Christchurch, UK office at Bournemouth Airport.

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Rio Tinto scraps Chinalco deal

Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto has scrapped a $19.5bn deal with China’s Chinalco.

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Hydro in Angolan plan

Hydro and the Government of Angola have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore the possibility of building an aluminium smelter and power plant.

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