(Recasts with industry sources confirming price rises) By Edwina Gibbs TOKYO, March 26 (Reuters) - Japanese steel makers, facing steep rises in raw material costs and struggling to rectify low domestic prices for their products, have won price increases from some major customers, industry sources said on Friday. Rapid economic growth in China has created booming demand for steel and has also sent prices of raw materials such as iron ore and coking coal skyrocketing. Price rises for ...
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