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  • Shivani

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    January 6, 2022 at 1:53 PM
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    The line graphs depict steel output and real steel needs in million tonnes during a 12-month period, as well as the account for workers in steel manufacturing companies in the United Kingdom during 2010. The number of workers is counted in thousands and the units are measured in million tonnes.

    Throughout the year, steel production in the UK was higher than actual demand, with the exception of December. Workers’ data, on the other hand, had drastically decreased by the end of the year.

    Steel production in the United Kingdom began at 4000 million tonnes in January, increased to 5000 tonnes in February, and then remained stable until July. After that, growth slowed to about 3000 in August before skyrocketing to 5000 million by the end of the year in 2010, before abruptly dipping below 1000 by the end of the year. While steel demand began with 2000 million customers in early 2010, it quickly grew to 3000 million customers by the middle of March. Steel demand fell below 2000 million tonnes in the following months, with marketing fluctuating between 2000 and 3000 million tonnes at the beginning of October.

    Across the other side, the number of employees started at 5000 and increased somewhat over the next few months until falling to 3000 in April. The numbers then remained steady with minor fluctuations between April and August, whereas the number of steel businesses in the UK dropped dramatically to 1000 by December 2010.

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