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Trade friction between China and the United States leads to slower demand for Steel in Japan
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SMM News: Yoshihisa Kitano, president of the Japan Iron and Steel Federation (Japan Iron and Steel Federation), said on Tuesday that there were some signs that demand for steel for machinery and IT equipment was slowing as trade frictions between China and the United States escalated.

Kitano said at a news conference that it would closely monitor China's steel exports.

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