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Miners stage apparent sit-in at ArcelorMittal coal mines in Kazakhstan

About 200 coal miners staged an apparent sit-in at four ArcelorMittal coal mines in Kazakhstan after refusing to leave at the end of their shift, Reuters reported Dec. 11, citing a statement from ArcelorMittal's Kazakh unit.

The miners have not revealed their demands, and the company did not say whether the situation would affect its steel production.

JSC ArcelorMittal Temirtau operates the Karaganda, Abaiskaya, Kostenko, Kuzembaev, Saranskaya, Kazakstanskaya, Lenina, Shakhtinskaya and Tenteskaya coal mines in the country.

Moody's recently revised the outlook on ArcelorMittal's ratings to positive from stable while affirming the steel giant's Ba1 credit rating.