EU is unhappy with U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs

Tracey Samuelson Apr 24, 2018
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EU is unhappy with U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs

Tracey Samuelson Apr 24, 2018
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When the United States imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports last month, the European Union and a handful of other key allies got a temporarily exemption that expires next week. China was not granted an exemption and took its case to the World Trade Organization. This week, the EU has decided to join that complaint, as have Russia, India and others.

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