TOKYO, July 26 (Reuters) - JFE Holdings Inc said on Thursday it expects crude steel output to rise to 14.4 million tonnes in the first half from 13.65 million tonnes a year earlier. Crude output in the company's first fiscal quarter was 7.24 million tonnes, slightly higher than its estimate of 7 million tonnes, it said. The steelmaker expects second-quarter output to be about the same. Japanese steel makers, which sell more than half of their products overseas, ...
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