Nippon Steel

Nippon Steel

Nippon Steel Corporation (新日本製鐵株式會社, Shin Nippon Seitetsu Kabushiki-gaisha?) (TYO: 5401), also referred to as Shinnittetsu (新日鉄?), was formed in 1970. Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation is the world's 2nd largest steel producer by volume.

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Nippon Steel - Overseas Joint Venture
... Nippon Steel Trading Co ... local companies to produce 120,000 tons of sheet steel for automotive industry ... Nippon Steel would control a 30 percent share of the joint venture, PT IndoJapan Steel Center ...
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... Soccer Club 7 Kiyoshi Tomizawa Dec 3, 24 ... ? Nippon Steel 8 MF Takaji Mori Nov 24, 24 ... ? Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 9 Aritatsu Ogi Dec 10, 25 ... ? Toyo Kogyo ... Yaegashi Mar 24, 35 ... ? Furukawa Electric 12 MF Teruki Miyamoto Dec 26, 27 ... ? Nippon Steel 13 Masashi Watanabe Jan 11, 32 ... ? Nippon Steel 14 ... Sugiyama Jul 4, 26 ... ? Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 18 GK Masahiro Hamazaki Mar 14, 28 ... ? Nippon Steel ...
Sumitomo Metal Industries
... It is the third largest integrated steel manufacturer in Japan with three integrated steelworks and several other manufacturing plants ... As of February 2011, it is in merger talks with Nippon Steel ... On October 1, 2012, Nippon Steel formally merged with Sumitomo Metal Industries the merged stock is listed (under number 5401, the old Sumitomo Metals number 5405 ...

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