Nippon Steel Corp receives Investment Bank Analyst Rating Update
By Yuka Obayashi TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese manufacturers of metals, including steel and aluminium, saw their output plunge in the April-June quarter as automakers temporarily...
SEOUL (Reuters) - Nippon Steel Corp (T:5401) has filed an appeal against a South Korean court decision last year that would allow for a seizure of its assets to compensate...
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Nippon Steel Corporation engages in steelmaking and steel fabrication, engineering and construction, chemicals and materials, and system solutions businesses in Japan and internationally. The company’s steelmaking and steel fabrication business offers steel plates, sheets, and slags; bar and rod materials; structural steel; pipes and tubes; titanium and stainless products; and railway, automotive, and machinery parts for applications in automotive, energy, infrastructure, and consumer electronics markets. Its engineering and construction business cover steelmaking and other technologies; environment and energy; and urban infrastructure. The company’s chemicals and materials comprise the electronics materials, such as display materials, epoxy resins, circuit board materials, and organic EL materials; coke, diverse aromatic products, and other diverse carbon-related original products; and components for semiconductors and electronic parts. Its system solutions business includes IT consulting, IT outsourcing, DX promotion, and other services. The company was formerly known as Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation and changed its name to Nippon Steel Corporation in April 2019. Nippon Steel Corporation was incorporated in 1950 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.