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|Thursday, May 21, 2009|
The Evraz Group, Russian owners of the former Oregon Steel, aren't giving any details.
An Evraz spokeswoman declined to provide details, saying vie e-mail the company will undertake “periodic shutdowns in the coming months as we match production to customer orders.”
Read the full story in the Portland Business Journal.
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