(Adds background, details, byline) By Nathan Layne and Nobuhiro Kubo YOKOHAMA, Japan, June 25 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said industrywide sales in the United States could fall well below 15 million vehicles this year as high gas prices and a sluggish economy sap demand, and warned of another push by steelmakers to hike prices. Ghosn also said Japan's No. 3 automaker would likely lift car prices in Japan, as it has already done in Europe, the United States ...
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