MOSCOW, May 26 (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will meet metal producers next week to discuss the rise of prices for their produce, his spokesman told Reuters on Wednesday, amid complaints from industry about higher prices. Dmitry Peskov said Putin planned to discuss the formation of prices as well as tariffs at the meeting. Ahead of that, Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin will meet metal companies and car manufacturers on Wednesday, government and company sources told ...
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