TOKYO, Dec 23 (Reuters) - JFE Holdings Inc , the world's No.5 steel maker, and Nissan Motor Co Ltd agreed to keep the October-March sheet steel price unchanged from the prior six months, according to a report on public broadcaster NHK.. JFE Steel, JFE Holdings' steel-making unit, had been seeking to raise the price of automotive sheet steel by $36-$60 per tonne for the October-March second half, citing higher costs of iron ore and coking coal, while automakers, grappling with a strong yen, ...
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