TOKYO -- Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal is on a westward expansion path, perhaps a good direction considering the tide of tariffs and protectionism rising on the other side of the Pacific.
After being on the defensive for four years under President Kosei Shindo, Japan's top steelmaker has already made a high-profile overseas acquisition bid ahead of setting out on a new three-year management plan.
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