* Keeping inflation down a priority post-recession * Agreement reached in steel price row * Putin pledges to moderate tariff hikes (adds details) By Gleb Bryanski MOSCOW, May 31 (Reuters) - Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin on Monday called on private firms -- from steel makers to power generators -- to help the state keep a lid on price growth to allow the post-recession economy "to breathe". Getting inflation down to post-Soviet lows has been touted by government officials ...
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