SOCHI, Russia, May 28 (Reuters) - Russian Railways will oppose a move by major steel makers to raise prices by 20 percent before the end of 2010, the company said on Friday. Russian oil producers and car manufacturers have already complained this month about steel price rises, prompting the government to hold urgent meetings to ease the dispute. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will meet steel makers next week. [ID:nLDE64P0VD] [ID:nLDE64O1M7] (Reporting by Gleb Stolyarov, writing by ...
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