JOHANNESBURG – South African steel producer Iscor met individually with several auto makers recently, in a bid to solve differences over planned price increases for 2003. The discussions have focused on this year's prices, future pricing models and the steel requirements of the automotive industry. Among those involved in the talks were Volkswagen South Africa, Toyota South Africa, DaimlerChrysler AG, BMW AG and Delta Motor Corp. South Africa. The negotiations are the result of ...

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