MOSCOW, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin said on Thursday the country's steel companies had agreed to cut prices to carmakers by a minimum 5 percent. "I don't want to say that it's enough, but it's a positive trend," Sechin told reporters. (Reporting by Anton Doroshev, writing by Robin Paxton)
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