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  1. US Commerce Secretary says US Steel sale to Japanese rival may face government scrutiny

    By Samantha Delouya, CNN US Steel’s potential acquisition by a Japanese rival steelmaker may face pushback by the US government, according to comments made by US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo. “President Biden is so focused on making sure that we have a vibrant steel industry in
  2. Nippon Steel's $14.1 billion deal for US Steel sparks criticism

    By © AFP 2022 Japan's Nippon Steel agreed to buy US Steel Corp for $14.1 billion, the companies announced on Monday, sparking criticism about the firm's ownership in an industry crucial to US national security. A major US steelworkers' union and a top US politician came out against
  3. Nippon Steel's $14.1 billion deal for US Steel sparks criticism

    By © AFP 2022 Japan's Nippon Steel agreed to buy US Steel Corp for $14.1 billion, the companies announced on Monday, sparking criticism about the firm's ownership in an industry crucial to US national security. A major US steelworkers' union and a top US politician came out against
  4. Nippon Steel's $14.1 billion deal for US Steel sparks criticism

    By © AFP 2022 Japan's Nippon Steel agreed to buy US Steel Corp for $14.1 billion, the companies announced on Monday, sparking criticism about the firm's ownership in an industry crucial to US national security. A major US steelworkers' union and a top US politician came out against
  5. Nippon Steel's $14.1 billion deal for US Steel sparks criticism

    By © AFP 2022 Japan's Nippon Steel agreed to buy US Steel Corp for $14.1 billion, the companies announced on Monday, sparking criticism about the firm's ownership in an industry crucial to US national security. A major US steelworkers' union and a top US politician came out against
  6. US Steel Brushes Off Cleveland-Cliffs' $35 Per Share Offer: Analyst Says Deal Less Likely To Close Without 'Meaningful Concessions'

    By Shanthi Rexaline Pittsburgh-based United States Steel Corp. (NYSE: X ) late Sunday rejected a buyout offer from rival steel manufacturer Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. (NYSE: CLF ) but welcomed the latter to participate in a formal review process. What Happened: U.S. Steel said it invited Cl