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

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Abbey Works, 241, 340, 381; see also Port Talbot, Margam
Aberconway, Lord, 317
Aberdare, 255
Aciéries de Longwy, 393, 396, 397, 450
Acklam Works ( Dorman Long), 174, 246
Ackroyd, Elizabeth, 321
Acme Steel Co., 512
Acts of Parliament, see Legislation Administered Prices, Hearings before the Subcommittee on Antitrust and Monopoly of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate: Part 2, 524, 526; Part 3, 512, 513, 519, 520, 528; Part 4, 515
Advances in Steel Technology (E.C.E.), 170, 458
Africa, North, 101-4, 149, 327, 460, 468, 530, 581, 668; West, 101, 326, 530, 652; South, 149, 629: Iron and Steel Corporation of S. Africa, 191; see also Conakry, Mauretania, Sierra Leone
Alabama, 491
Alan Wood Steel Co., 514
All-basic open-hearth furnaces, 522
Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp., 512, 527
Allied High Commission ( Germany), 448, 449
Allied Ironfounders Ltd, 538
Allocations, see Rationing
Alloy and Special Steels, 7, 10, 14-17, 313, 33, 49-50, 218, 239-40, 248-9, 331, 333, 338, 344, 457-8, 462, 496, 516, 519-20, 542, 553-4, 561-2, 563, 630
Alquife Ore Co., 326
Alsop, R., 5
Amalgamation, see Integration
American Aid in Europe, 134, 137, 139, 144-5, 400-1
American Bridge Co., 490
American Rolling Mill Co. (ARMCO), 495, 501, 514, 563
Amsterdam, 579
Anderson, Alexander, M.P., 190
Andrews, P. W. S. and Brunner, Eliz., Capital Development in Steel, 87, 177 599
Anglo-American Council of Productivity, see Productivity Team Report
Annual Report of the Secretary of Mines, 21, 592
Antitrust
division of the Department of Justice, 533, 535
investigation by House Monopoly Subcommittee, 507, 523
Laws, 506
Antwerp, 577, 579, 580, 582
Anzin, 396
Appleby-Frodingham Works (United Steel Companies), 14, 48, 87, 189, 250, 323, 557, 558, 597, 636-7
Arbed (Aciéries Réunies de Burbach- Eich-Dudelange), 321, 449, 564
Argentina, 8, 166
Armco Steel Corp., 495, 501, 514, 563; link with A.T.H., 563
Arthur Lee and Co., 539
Ashland Works (Armco), 515
Asiatic Petroleum Co. (Shell), 55
Asset Replacement Reserves, 594
Associated British Chambers of Commerce, 303
Attlee, Mr C. R. ( Lord Attlee), 366, 464, 465
Attorney General's National Committee to Study the Antitrust Laws, Report of, 506
Auditor General, The, on steel prices, 26, 28, 35, 42, 44, 46
August Thyssen Hütte (A.T.H.), 400, 402, 449, 452, 456-60, 563, 580, 590, 600-1; link with Armco, and Chatillon Commentary, 563
Austin, David F., Competition in Steel, 517
Australia, 148, 166, 211, 668

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