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THE JAPAN STEEL WORKS, LTD. is mainly engaged in industrial machinery business. The Company operates in three business segments. The Forging and Energy segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of iron and steel products, chemical machinery, nuclear power-related machinery, metallic mold, petroleum refinery, petrochemistry, general chemical products, pressure containers, clad plates, steel pipes and wind generated power machinery. The Industry Machinery segment is engaged in the manufacture and sale of plastic injection machines, resin manufacturing and processing machinery, hollow molding machines, fluid machines, hydraulic equipment, electronic equipment and display manufacturing equipment, magnesium alloy injection machines and other machinery. The Others segment is engaged in the production, sale of wind turbines and the provision of maintenance services, as well as the development, manufacture and sale of new products.
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The head of Japan's steel industry group on Tuesday said he was worried that an escalating trade spat between the United States and China would lead to a "collapse" of order in global trade.
The head of Japan's steel industry federation said on Tuesday that new import tariffs on steel imposed by the United States have not yet hit the Asian steel market, but said the industry is monitoring the situation closely for any future impact.
Japan's steel industry is worried the United States is using new tariffs on steel and aluminium as a tactic to win better deals in wider trade pacts, the head of the national steel lobby said on Monday, calling for Japan to be cautious on further talks.
* Japan steelmakers to seek product exemption from U.S. tariffs (Adds quotes and details)
Japan's steel industry wants the country to be excluded from any U.S. import curbs as steel from Japan poses no threat to the U.S. national security, the head of the steel federation said on Tuesday.
Japanese steelmakers are concerned at "protectionism" by U.S. President Donald Trump, Japan Iron and Steel Federation chairman Kosei Shindo said on Monday, following Trump's first shot across China's bows over steel exports.
* Falling steel prices in China seen as temporary phenomena (Adds comments)
Japan Iron and Steel Federation chairman Kosei Shindo said on Monday he has strong concerns over "protectionism" by U.S. President Donald Trump.
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