NEW YORK (AP) ¿ In a story and headline Aug. 10, The Associated Press reported that General Steel Holdings Inc. posted a wider second-quarter loss, citing lower selling prices and higher expenses. The story should have made clear that the wider loss included non-cash charges related to a convertible bond issuance.
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