Kazakhs warn Mittal over safety

Kazakhstan has warned ArcelorMittal, the world's biggest steel company, that it could be forced to close one of its coal mines if it does not improve safety following an explosion last month that killed 30 people. Vladimir Bozhko, head of Kazakhstan's ministry of emergencies, has given the company one month to draw up a plan to introduce 41 safety reforms at its Abaiskaya mine in central Kazakhstan.