Tariffs from 2018 made raw metals from outside the country more expensive. Now finished products could get extra taxes, too.
"People are scrambling to buy steel," said Lisa Goldenberg, president of Delaware Steel Co.
Higher tariffs on Chinese imports, especially those that are used to make things in the U.S., can cut efficiency and competitiveness, experts say.
Some companies are better suited to change where they get things made than others.
It's been kinda hard to keep up.
Todd Adams just wants to see an end to trade and tariff volatility between the U.S. and China.
Ronnie Smith at McMahon Steel is not convinced the people evaluating his requests were prepared to do so.
We obtained Department of Commerce documents to see how applications were approved and denied.
We check in with a stainless steel producer who is still trying to get reimbursed for tariffs he believes he wrongfully paid.
A steel producer stands behind Trump's decision to implement tariffs.