The Steel Industry, 1939-1959: A Study in Competition and Planning

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LIST OF TABLES
1 Regional distribution of electric furnace ingot outputpage17
2 Changes in costs of material and labour, 1939-4421
3 Rates of profit of steel firms, 1936-37 and during the war47
4 Distribution of output according to size of works, 193979
5 Relative cost of blast-furnace burdens97
6 World production of crude steel, 1937, 1943, 1945-58132
7 Steel consumption in the United Kingdom, 1937, 1943 , 135
1946-50
8 Steel production in countries of 'Little Europe' 1937-1958139
9 Exports of steel by country of consignment141
10 World trade in semi-finished and finished steel, 1951-58149
11 Steel consumption in the United Kingdom, 1950-53151
12 Steel consumption in the United Kingdom, 1953-58159
13 Deliveries of finished steel according to using industry160
14 Imports of steel into the United Kingdom, 1952-58162
15 Steel outputs outside main producing areas171
16 Development as percentage of existing capacity, 1946173
17 Distribution of steel ingot making, 1937, 1946 and (as planned)183
1953
18 Material and labour costs and prices, 1944-49203
19 Exchequer losses in respect of steel supplies206
20 Home prices of steel in the United Kingdom and other210
countries
21 Home market and export prices in the United Kingdom , 211
Belgium and the United States, January 1949
22 Profits after tax as percentage of turnover in steelmaking232
23 Profits as a percentage of turnover in iron and steel in-234
dustries
24 Sources of profits in the industry, 1951-52236
25 Profits at home price less adequate depreciation237
26 Profits according to product, 1951-52 (nationalised firms only)239
27 Profits of main ingot-producing subsidiaries of the Iron and240
Steel Corporation
28 Planned capacity and output of crude steel244
29 Planned capacity and output of pig iron245
30 Plans for ore supplies245
31 Size of works, 1953248
32 Pig iron used in steelmaking249

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