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From the late 19th century until the years following World War II (WW II), the United States steel industry was the largest in the world. At times manufacturing over half the world production of the metal. After WW II, however, both Europe and Japan rebuilt their steel plants from the ground up, replacing older furnaces with newer, more efficient technologies and operating their industries often with the help of their respective governments. Eventually, other newly industrialized countries (Brazil, China, and South Korea) built their own industries. Combining efficiency with l…
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