A U.S. Corporation, Once One of the Largest in the World, Has Been Sold to a Japanese Company: 'Best Days Are Ahead, Together'
U.S. Steel has been bought by Japan's largest steelmaker, Nippon Steel.
The fund raised will be utilized towards expanding the team, technology enhancement and scaling the operations to the export market
The Russia-Ukraine conflict and supply constraints from China have spurred the global demand for Indian steel export
Tourism, steel, electric vehicles, pharmaceuticals and consumer durables are the sectors under stress as more people across the world are reporting coronavirus symptoms
The steel industry has shown serious concern over the government stepping towards signing RCEP pact and opening duty free imports from other countries
Government has launched SIMS (Steel Import Monitoring System) to provide advance information to steel importers and producers
Naveen Jindal, who grew JSPL from a small company to a conglomerate, advises against getting overambitious with loans