Crude steel is described as the molten end product after the processing of pig iron in steel making furnaces to remove excess carbon. Steel making furnaces comprise basic oxygen furnaces, electric arc (EAF) furnaces and open-hearth furnaces.

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"Crude steel" is in the CPC Code "4112"
  Crude steel and steel semi-finished products

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