Nippon Steel to raise sheet prices by $62 per tonne
Apr 25, 2012 | 05:25 AM
Nippon Steel, Japan’s largest steelmaker, will raise domestic sheet prices by ¥5,000 ($62) per tonne from May, in yet another sign that the country’s producers are moving aggressively to raise their prices.
“We have decided to offer a ¥5,000 per tonne increase for May shipments to our stockists and re-rolling customers, as there has....
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