* New NAFTA plants may lead to price pressure * Nucor seen losing some market share - analysts * U.S. Steel, AK Steel also seen hurt by ThyssenKrupp entry By Marilyn Gerlach FRANKFURT, Aug 26 (Reuters) - New U.S. plants which ThyssenKrupp, Germany's top steelmaker, will get fully on stream by end-2010 could be a catalyst for further pricing pressure as signs of sluggish global growth harden. ThyssenKrupp last month started making some of the planned 5 million tonnes of slabs at its ...
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