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JFE Holdings Inc (5411.T)

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Tue, May 15 2018

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Japan's JFE: No major impact from U.S. duties on steel, but fears of 'Trump risk'

TOKYO JFE Holdings Inc, parent of Japan's No. 2 steelmaker, has seen no major impact on its exports so far from new U.S. import duties on steel, but still sees U.S. trade policy as the biggest risk for the Japanese economy, its president said.

UPDATE 1-Japan's JFE: No major impact from U.S. duties on steel, but fears of 'Trump risk'

* Fears retaliation by China and others may slow global economy

UPDATE 1-Japan's JFE to spend $9 bln in three years, focus on plant upgrades

* JFE targets 280 bln bln in average annual recurring profit (Recasts with total investment plan and quotes)

Japan's JFE to focus on lighter steel in $6 billion upgrade, warns on U.S. trade policy

TOKYO JFE Holdings Inc, parent of Japan's second-biggest steelmaker, plans to spend more than 650 billion yen ($6 billion) over the next three years upgrading domestic production facilities in a bid to raise productivity and competitiveness.

INTERVIEW-Japan's JFE to focus on lighter steel in $6 bln upgrade, warns on U.S. trade policy

* Sees China demand solid in 2018, slower from next year (Recasts with strategy on lighter automotive steel)

INTERVIEW-Japan's JFE eyes $6 bln domestic steel upgrade, warns on U.S. trade policy -president

TOKYO, Feb 14 JFE Holdings Inc, parent of Japan's second-biggest steelmaker, plans to spend more than 650 billion yen ($6 billion) over the next three years upgrading domestic production facilities in a bid to raise productivity and competitiveness.

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