ACINDAR

AcronymDefinition
ACINDARAceros Industriales Argentinos
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A partir de la realizacion de un relevamiento ambiental y la conformacion de espacios de trabajo con referentes del Area Ambiental de Acindar, se ha logrado el compromiso por parte de la empresa de conservar sectores de barranca y bosques de ribera dentro del predio industrial; y se acordaron practicas especificas para asegurar la proteccion de los mismos.
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The orders came from Acindar, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd., Jindal South West Steel Ltd., Ovako Wire B.V.
High rates of profit have been restored in steel (Siderar, Acindar), oil (Respsol, Petrobras), privatized public services (Telefonica, Telecom, Edenor, Central Puerto) and companies that serve the domestic market (Loma Negra, Grimoldi).
RIO DE JANEIRO --Brazilian steel company Belgo Mineira plans to buy a stake in leading Argentine steel company Acindar. A sharp rise in Acindar stock helped bolster the weak Argentine stock market.
The biggest producers in Argentina are Somisa and Acindar.
The businesses include many top-level multinationals such as automobile companies Mercedes Benz and Renault, food companies Cargill and Molinos Rio de la Plata, oil firm Perez Companc, almost all foreign banks, cement company Loma Negra (recently acquired by Brazil's Camargo Correa), and steel company Acindar. The Argentine companies implicated include Grupo Macri, owned by Mauricio Macri, head of the Buenos Aires city government.