SAO PAULO – The Brazilian government has overruled a 15% increase in steel prices for the automotive and other industries after two major steel companies announce the hike. The automotive industry, as well as other sectors, asked the government to pressure the steel industry to halt the price increase, claiming the increased costs would have to be passed along to consumers. Such a move would dampen an already fragile economy. Higher steel prices would have prompted GM to halt ...
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