* Steel demand expected show recovery in Q2 * Carmakers demand seen up 10 pct in Q1 from Q4 * Sheet steel stocks seen falling to fair levels by end-June By Yuko Inoue TOKYO, March 27 (Reuters) - Japan's steel demand has bottomed out in the current quarter and may show a visible recovery in July-September, helped by run-downs in stocks and infrastructure spending, the government said on Friday. Demand for steel from Japanese manufacturers and construction firms at home is seen ...
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