LAPPEENRANTA, Finland, May 27 (Reuters) - Russian car makers are ready to accept somewhat higher steel prices as part of the compromise currently being negotiated by the government, Deputy Industry Minister Andrei Dementyev told reporters on Thursday. "One of the possible forms of a compromise is that car makers accept slightly higher steel prices," Dementyev said on the sidelines of the Russian-EU innovation forum. He said the acceptable hikes would vary depending on different kinds of ...
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