List of countries by steel production

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This article summarizes the world steel production by country.

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In 2018, total world crude steel production was 1808.6 million tonnes (Mt). The biggest steel producing country is currently China, which accounted for 51.3% of world steel production in 2018. [1] In 2008, 2009, 2015 and 2016 output fell in the majority of steel-producing countries as a result of the global recession. In 2010 and 2017, it started to rise again.

List of countries by steel production

This is a list of countries by steel production in 1967, 1980, 1990, 2000 and from 2007 to 2018, based on data provided by the World Steel Association. [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] All countries with annual production of crude steel at least 2 million metric tons are listed.

Crude steel production (million metric tons):
Rank (2018)Country/Region2018 [8] [9] 2017 [1] [10] 2016 [1] [11] 2015 [12] 2014 [13] 2013 [14] 2012201120102009200820072000199019801967
  World 1808.61674.81606.31620.41670.11649.31552.91490.11413.61219.71326.51351.3850.1770.4716.4497.2
1 Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg People's Republic of China 928.3831.7786.9803.8822.7779.0724.7683.3626.7573.6500.3494.9128.566.437.114.0
2 Flag of India.svg India 109.3101.595.589.687.381.277.372.268.362.857.853.526.915.09.56.3
3 Flag of Japan.svg Japan 104.3104.7104.8105.2110.7110.6107.2107.6109.687.5118.7120.2106.4110.3111.462.0
4 Flag of the United States.svg United States 86.781.678.578.988.287.088.686.280.658.291.498.1101.889.7101.4115.0
5 Flag of South Korea.svg South Korea 72.571.168.669.771.566.069.368.558.548.653.651.543.123.18.50.3
6 Flag of Russia.svg Russia 71.771.370.571.171.569.470.668.766.960.068.572.459.1n/a [15] n/a [15] n/a [15]
7 Flag of Germany.svg Germany 42.443.642.142.742.942.642.744.343.832.745.848.646.444.051.141.3
8 Flag of Turkey.svg Turkey 37.337.533.231.534.034.735.934.129.025.326.825.814.39.42.51.0
9 Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil 34.734.430.233.333.934.234.735.232.826.533.733.827.920.615.33.6
10 Flag of Iran.svg Iran 2521.817.916.116.315.414.513.012.010.910.010.16.61.40.5
11 Flag of Italy.svg Italy 24.524.023.322.023.724.127.228.725.819.730.631.626.825.526.515.9
12Flag of the Republic of China.svg  Taiwan 23.223.221.821.423.122.320.720.219.815.819.920.9
13 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine 21.122.724.222.927.232.832.935.333.629.937.342.831.854.6 [15] 52.3 [15] n/a [15]
14 Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico 20.120.019.018.319.018.218.118.117.014.217.217.615.68.77.13.0
15 Flag of France.svg France 15.415.514.615.016.115.715.615.815.412.817.919.321.019.023.119.6
16 Flag of Spain.svg Spain 14.314.513.614.914.313.713.615.616.314.318.619.015.812.912.84.5
17 Flag of Vietnam.svg Vietnam 14.110.3 [16] 7.8 [16] 5.75.95.65.34.92.72.72.72.30.30.10.1
18 Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Canada 13.113.712.712.512.712.413.513.113.09.014.815.616.612.315.98.8
19 Flag of Poland.svg Poland 10.210.38.99.18.68.08.48.88.07.29.710.610.513.619.510.4
20 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium 8.07.77.77.27.37.17.48.18.15.610.710.711.611.512.39.7
21 Flag of Egypt.svg Egypt 7.86.85.05.56.56.86.66.56.75.56.26.22.82.21.00.4
22 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom 7.77.57.610.812.111.99.69.59.710.113.514.315.217.811.324.3
23 Flag of Austria.svg Austria 6.98.17.47.77.97.97.47.57.25.77.67.65.74.34.63.0
24 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands 6.86.86.97.07.06.76.96.96.75.26.87.45.75.45.33.4
25 Flag of South Africa.svg South Africa 6.36.36.17.66.67.27.16.78.57.58.39.18.58.79.13.7
26 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 5.75.35.34.94.64.74.96.47.35.27.67.97.16.67.66.3
27 Flag of Indonesia.svg Indonesia 5.55.24.84.94.42.62.33.63.63.53.94.12.92.80.5
28 Flag of Saudi Arabia.svg Saudi Arabia 5.24.8 [16] 5.55.76.35.45.25.35.04.74.74.63.01.80.1
29 Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia 5.25.04.84.64.74.54.44.24.63.74.55.13.75.1 [17] n/a [17] n/a [17]
30 Flag of Argentina.svg Argentina 5.24.64.15.05.55.25.05.75.14.05.55.44.53.62.71.3
31 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic 5.04.65.35.35.45.25.15.65.24.66.47.16.29.7 [17] n/a [17] n/a [17]
32 Flag of Pakistan.svg Pakistan 4.85.03.62.92.41.91.61.61.41.22.01.11.00.8
33 Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden 4.74.74.624.44.54.44.34.94.82.85.25.75.24.54.24.7
34 Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Kazakhstan 4.64.44.23.63.73.33.94.74.34.14.34.84.77.4 [15] n/a [15] n/a [15]
35 Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand 4.34.53.83.74.13.63.34.23.73.65.25.62.10.70.5
36 Flag of Finland.svg Finland 4.14.04.14.03.83.53.84.04.03.14.44.44.12.92.50.4
37 Flag of Romania.svg Romania 3.53.63.33.43.23.03.33.83.92.75.06.34.79.713.24.1
38 Flag of Malaysia.svg Malaysia 3.52.82.83.84.34.75.65.94.14.06.46.93.71.10.20.1
39 Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg United Arab Emirates 3.23.33.23.02.42.92.42.00.50.20.10.10.1n/a
40 Flag of Qatar.svg Qatar 2.62.62.52.63.02.22.12.02.01.41.41.10.70.60.5
41 Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus 2.52.42.22.62.52.22.72.62.52.42.62.41.51.5 [15]
42 Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg 2.22.22.32.12.22.12.22.52.52.12.62.92.63.64.64.5
43 Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal 2.12.02.02.12.12.02.01.51.62.01.91.10.80.70.3
44Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 2.01.91.31.71.20.91.51.81.71.42.1-----
45Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia 2.01.51.21.00.60.40.31.31.31.11.7-----
Flag of the Soviet Union.svg Soviet Union ---------------96.9 [18]
 Others [19] n/an/an/an/an/a28.429.529.926.5 (est.)23.3 (est.)28.6 (est.)30.7 (est.)n/an/an/an/a

Exports

net: exports - imports

Top steel exporters in 2017 [20]
RankCountryMt
1 China 74.8
2 Japan 37.5
3 South Korea 31.4
4 Russia 31.1
- European Union [21] 31.1
5 Germany 26.4
6 Italy 18.2
7 Belgium 18.1
8 Turkey 16.6
9 India 16.3
10 Brazil 15.3
11 Ukraine 15.2
12 France 14.8
13 Taiwan 12.1
14 Netherlands 10.9
15 United States 10.2
Top steel net exporters in 2017 [20]
RankCountryMt
1China60.9
2Japan31.2
3Russia24.9
4Ukraine13.8
5Brazil13.0
6South Korea12.0
7India7.5
8Taiwan4.7
9Iran4.4
10Belgium4.0
11Austria3.3
12 Slovakia 2.2
13Netherlands2.1

Imports

Net: imports − exports

Top steel importers in 2017 [20]
RankCountryMt
- European Union [21] 41.2
1 United States 35.4
2 Germany 27.1
3 Italy 20.1
4 South Korea 19.3
5 Vietnam 16.2
6 Turkey 15.8
7 France 15.1
8 Thailand 14.5
9 Belgium 14.1
10 China 13.9
11 Mexico 13.5
12 Indonesia 11.0
13 Poland 10.7
14 Spain 9.9
15 India 8.9
Top steel net importers in 2017 [20]
RankCountryMt
1United States25.2
2Thailand12.6
3Vietnam12.3
-European Union [21] 10.1
4Indonesia8.7
5Mexico8.6
6 Philippines 7.3
7 Malaysia 6.0
8 Algeria 4.6
9Poland4.5
10 Pakistan 3.8
11 United Arab Emirates 3.8
12 Saudi Arabia 3.5
13 United Kingdom 3.1
14 Israel 2.8

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