Tell us about the general features typical for ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy.

Non-ferrous and mining metallurgy have a number of common features: the production of metals, both ferrous and non-ferrous, takes place at large enterprises, that is, there is a high level of concentration of production; high monopolization of production complicates the development of competition and affects the quality of products and prices for it; a high level of combination of production (from mining and processing of ore to the finished product); technological and economic connection with the production of other industries; high consumption of raw materials or high material consumption; environmental pollution.

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