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Trump's new steel tariffs to provide carve-outs for U.S. allies

March 08, 2018 |
Tony Bertuca
President Trump, citing national security concerns, is ordering new tariffs on steel and aluminum today with temporary exemptions for Canada and Mexico and potential exemptions for other U.S. allies on a case-by-case basis. A senior administration official said Trump will sign two proclamations today: one ordering a 25 percent tariff on imported steel, the other ordering 10 percent for aluminum. “This is a promise made, this is a promise kept,” the official told reporters. The tariffs are set to go...

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