ArcelorMittal DOO (formerly known as BH Steel Zeljezara Zenica DOO)

September 2012
SeeNews Research & Profiles (Company Profiles);2012, p517
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A profile of ArcelorMittal DOO, also known as ArcelorMittal Zenica DOO and Mittal BiH, is presented. The company is based in Bosnia and Herzegovina and is the largest producer of iron and steel in the country. Mukund Vyankatesh Kulkarni is the company's chief executive officer (CEO). According to the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the company made a total investment of 120.07 million euros in equipment modernisation.


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