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SAIL Web site ranked third

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THE corporate Web site of Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) has been ranked third among the Web sites of major steel companies in the world.

SAIL, which improved its position from last year's 15, is ranked after POSCO of Korea and BHP Steel of Australia. The rankings were announced at the Second Annual Website Competition organised by the Brussels-based International Iron and Steel Institute, which has among its members, major steel producers from 50 countries.

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