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Steel industry in brief - Japan 1977

Steel industry in brief - Japan 1977

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Published by Institute for Iron and Steel Studies in Green Brook (New Jersey) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRichard L. Deily, editor.
ContributionsDeily, Richard L., Institute for Iron and Steel Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18224617M

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.   Japanese Steel Industry is one of the top most steel producing nations in the whole world. In the year , its ranking was second which slid down after India made a brisk and powerful entry into the foray. The Japanese Steel Industry has seen both the highs as well as lows. In the recent years it has shown increased output of steel.

  In , Kageyoshi Noro, one of the architects of Japan's modern steel industry, advised Prime Minister Masayoshi Matsukata: ''Steel is the mother of industry .   The launch of the new company is the first major alliance in the Japanese steel industry after the merger in of Kawasaki Steel Corp. and NKK Corp., which created JFE Holdings Inc.

  The revolution in steel production that provided cheaper, higher quality material, was recognized by many businessmen of the day as an investment opportunity. Capitalists of the late 19th century, including Andrew Carnegie and Charles Schwab, invested and made millions (billions in the case of Carnegie) in the steel industry.   During the early post-war years, the government instituted a set of comprehensive policies which constrained the supply of steel in Japan's market and contributed to the development of large-scale plants and the full exploitation of the economies of scale in steel manufacturing. The Japanese steel industry's sizable cost advantage, of course Cited by:


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