Japan Steel Works Ltd., a nuclear plant parts supplier for customers including Areva SA, fell the most in two months in Tokyo trading after the Nikkei reported that workers at a factory will take time off as orders decline.
Shares fell 5.4 percent, closing at ¥490 on Monday, the biggest loss since Feb. 5. Japan Steel Works was the biggest decliner among stocks listed on the Nikkei 225 stock average.
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