Japan’s steelmakers in rare sweet spot, but Kobe Steel may miss out

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s steelmakers are in the midst of the best market conditions in at least three years as steel prices rise with construction in full swing for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo and automakers boosting production. But the country’s third …
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