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UPDATE 1-Japan Q3 aluminium premiums mostly set at record high $400-$408/T-sources

* Premiums for July-September shipments up 8-12 pct from $365-$370 in Q2

Japan trading firm Sojitz in talks to buy undeveloped Australia coal mine

* Says its coal assets are still profitable at current prices

Tokyo would struggle to handle Olympics and casino - Obayashi exec

TOKYO, May 16 - Tokyo will find it "extremely difficult" to prepare for both the 2020 Olympics and develop a casino resort at the same time due to a shortage of construction workers and other factors, an executive at one of Japan's largest contractors said on Friday.

UPDATE 2-Japan's Sumitomo Metal sees rising risk of ferronickel output cut

* Japan's biggest nickel smelter says facing ore quality, delivery issues

Japan steelmakers to step up overseas expansion despite Asia's oversupply

* Nippon Steel planning $1 bln a year in strategic spending

Manager at Japan's Fukushima plant admits radioactive water "embarrassing"

* Fukushima power plant manager says water problem must be brought under control

UPDATE 2-Japan H1 copper output to rise 4 pct on solid local demand, higher fees

(Releads, writes through adding background, data) By Yuka Obayashi TOKYO, April 7 - Copper output in Japan is expected to rise 4.4 percent in the six months between April and September from the same period last year, Reuters calculations showed on Monday, driven by recovering local demand and higher processing fees. Pan Pacific Copper (PPC), Japan's biggest copper smelter and a unit of Japan's JX Holdings Inc, said it was aiming for a 5.5 percent increase in its refined cop

UPDATE 1-Japan steel output up 6th month, driven by tax-led demand

* Rush to build homes and buy cars before tax hike boost demand

Rising imports could spoil party for Japanese steelmakers

TOKYO/SINGAPORE, March 6 - A spike in Japan's steel imports threatens to arrest a nascent recovery in domestic prices of the alloy and crimp profits at the nation's steelmakers, while offering other Asian producers opportunities to unload their surplus output.

RPT-UPDATE 1-Producers seek record aluminium premium in Japan-sources

TOKYO, Feb 24 - Some big aluminium producers have pushed up their proposed premiums on primary metal to Japanese buyers by 45-47 percent to a record $370-$375 per tonne for April-June shipments, four sources involved in quarterly pricing talks said on Monday.

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