American Honda Motor Co. Inc. says it may be forced to airlift carbon sheet steel from Japan to its U.S. and Canadian plants because of a shortage due to U.S. import tariffs. An American Honda spokesman tells Reuters arrangements have been made for the airlift of 1,814 tons (2,000 t) of steel if Honda cannot renegotiate with its U.S. and Canadian steel suppliers. Contracts with North American steel makers supplying 95% of Honda’s steel needs expire next week, and the auto maker says U.S. ...

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