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Altos Hornos y Acerías de Corral

The Altos Hornos y Acerías de Corral was a major iron and steel industry located at the port of Corral in Chile.

The industry operated using charcoal.[1] The remains of the industry were bought up in 1926 by Valdivian entrepreneurs who established Compañía Electro-Siderúrgica e Industrial de Valdivia,[2] an enterprise considered the inheritor of Altos Hornos y Acerías de Corral.[3]

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  3. ^ Villalobos, Sergio; Silva, Osvaldo; Silva, Fernando; Estelle, Patricio (1974). Historia De Chile (14th ed.). Editorial Universitaria. ISBN 956-11-1163-2. pp. 780-781.
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