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In a landmark deal valued at $14.9 billion, Nippon Steel, Japan’s leading steel manufacturer, has acquired the once dominant global corporation, US Steel. 

This strategic purchase is set to notably increase Nippon Steel’s capacity in crucial markets. The acquisition coincides with US Steel’s 122nd anniversary and is projected to elevate Nippon Steel’s annual global raw steel production to 100 million tons. It also aims to expand the company’s footprint in the U.S. market, where an uptick in steel prices is expected due to recent breakthroughs in the automotive industry’s labor negotiations.

The acquisition ensures the continuation of all existing commitments to US Steel’s roughly 23,000 employees, including the upholding of collective labor agreements. Takahiro Mori, Nippon Steel’s Executive Vice President, highlighted the company’s four-decade experience in the U.S. and expressed optimism about the acquisition’s successful integration and reciprocal benefits.

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He reassured stakeholders of a smooth transition, citing Nippon Steel’s positive track record with union relations in their existing U.S. operations. The deal also stipulates that US Steel will maintain its original name and its headquarters in Pittsburgh.

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