JAPAN: Nissan Steel expects to restore 90% of production by end of month - report
Nippon Steel said on Monday it expected to restore 90% of output at its fire-damaged Nagoya plant by the end of September and its customers were unlikely to suffer any major disruption, according to Reuters. The news agency said the nation's largest steel maker halted operations at its Nagoya plant - a main supplier of steel to Toyota, Honda and Mitsubishi - after a gas tank explosion and fire on Wednesday evening that injured 15 workers.
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