Steel mills nervous as Japanese automakers turn to South Korea
Aug 24, 2012 | 12:20 PM
TOKYO South Korean steelmakers could take a 20-percent share of Japans auto steel market as Japanese mills lose competitive advantage in their own country.
Aggressive rivalries between South Korean, Chinese and Japanese mills are raising trade tensions on the seaborne market in east Asia, and are also disrupting traditionally close relationships between Japanese mills and....
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