TOKYO, May 29 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co's chief executive said on Thursday the Japanese automaker had been asked to pay more by a U.S. steelmaker despite a contract agreed earlier this year, and added he feared other suppliers may follow suit. Steel prices have soared on tight demand, with brisk orders for construction machinery, ships and energy-related products in Russia, the Middle East and other emerging markets. Honda sets product prices with U.S. steelmakers at the start of every ...
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