Remember the trade war? It certainly appeared in the second quarter earnings results for many global manufacturers in the form of higher costs for steel and aluminum.
Dana (DAN) - Get Report CEO Jim Kamsickas tells TheStreet the 115-year old axle manufacturer isn't out there raising prices willy nilly for its products in light of the trade war. But, the company does have plans to in place to address higher commodities costs this year.
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