(Adds detail, stock price) YOKOHAMA, Japan, June 25 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co chief executive Carlos Ghosn said that industrywide sales in the United States could fall well below 15 million vehicles this year and that he expected steel firms to launch another round of price hike talks. Ghosn also told a news conference after the company's annual shareholders' meeting that the carmaker would likely raise prices in Japan to offset a surge in the price of steel and other raw materials. ...
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