Russian Federation Pig Iron Production by Year

Product
Alumina
Aluminum, Primary
Ammonia
Antimony
Arsenic Trioxide
Asbestos
Barite
Bauxite
Bismuth
Boron Minerals
Cadmium
Chromite
Cobalt
Copper
Crude Iodine
Diatomite
Feldspar
Ferrochromium
Ferromanganese And Silicomanganese
Fluorspar
Gold
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Gypsum
Hydraulic Cement
Indium
Iron Ore
Kaolin
Lead
Lithium Minerals And Brine
Magnesite
Magnesium
Marketable Potash
Mercury
Mica
Molybdenum
Peat
Pig Iron
Platinum-Group Metals
Quicklime And Hydrated Lime, Including Dead-Burned Dolomite
Rare Earths
Raw Steel
Rhenium
Salt
Selenium
Silver
Soda Ash
Synthetic Diamond
Talc And Pyrophyllite
Tin
Tungsten
Vanadium
Vermiculite
Zinc
Zirconium Mineral Concentrates
Graph
Production
Unit of Measure
Thousand metric tons

Source: United States Geological Survey (USGS) Minerals Resources Program

Note: Check source table for details and footnotes

YearProductionUnit of Measure% Change
200348368Thousand metric tonsNA
200450426.69921875Thousand metric tons4.26 %
200549175Thousand metric tons-2.48 %
200651683Thousand metric tons5.10 %
200751523Thousand metric tons-0.31 %
200848300Thousand metric tons-6.26 %
200943930Thousand metric tons-9.05 %
201048200Thousand metric tons9.72 %
201148000Thousand metric tons-0.41 %
201249000Thousand metric tons2.08 %
Country
Algeria
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
Chile
China
Colombia
Czech Republic
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Iran, Islamic Republic Of
Italy
Japan
Kazakhstan
Korea, Democratic People's Republic Of
Korea, Republic Of
Libya
Malaysia
Mexico
Morocco
Myanmar
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Paraguay
Peru
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Romania
Russian Federation
Saudi Arabia
Serbia
Slovakia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Taiwan, Province Of China
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela
Zimbabwe