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Kobe Steel's scandal is a blow to 'Made-in-Japan'

China Daily | Updated: 2017-10-12 07:49

Fabrications could affect products sent to as many as 200 companies

TOKYO - More companies have said that they had used problematic aluminum products supplied by Kobe Steel, the third largest steel-maker in Japan, which admitted last week to yearslong data-fabrication.

The scandal, the most recent in a series to hit Japanese manufacturers, threatens to further damage the reputation of "Made-in-Japan", said local reports.

Kobe Steel's scandal is a blow to 'Made-in-Japan'

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