CHICAGO, June 23 (Reuters) - Farm equipment maker CNH Global NV said on Monday it was slapping a 5 percent surcharge on its tractors and combines as it joined the growing list of global companies complaining of the toll rising commodity prices are taking on their profits. The company, which is controlled by Italian automaker Fiat SpA , said the move was a "response to sharp and sustained increases in its costs for steel, energy, commodities, and transportation." CNH's announcement came ...
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