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Wheat Growers Call Out Steelmakers Over Section 232 Investigation

15 Jan 2018 - Highlighting the difficulty U.S. President Donald Trump faces in deciding whether to set new import restrictions on steel, the U. S. Wheat Association on Monday said extreme measures would hold disastrous consequences for other U.S. industries. 

Decision Time: Trump Receives Commerce Department's Awaited Section 232 Report

12 Jan 2018 - The U.S. Department of Commerce has concluded its Section 232 investigation on steel imports and has sent its long-awaited report to President Donald Trump, but it will not immediately release its findings and conclusions, officials have announced.

For President Trump, Decision on Steel Tariffs Looms

11 Jan 2018 - Within the next four days, the U.S. Department of Commerce is to send to the president its much anticipated report on whether imported steel poses a threat to national security.

Key Belgian Port Sees Steel Volumes Rise

08 Jan 2018 - Europe’s top steel port expects to report a 43% increase in its 2017 steel volumes, reports Breakbulk Magazine. 

China Scraps Steel Export Tax

15 Dec 2017 - China is reducing or altogether eliminating its export tax on certain steel products, a move that likely will inflame trade tensions with the U.S. and European Union, according to reports.

Commerce Department Slaps Tariffs on Steel Made in China but Finished in Vietnam

07 Dec 2017 - In a precedent-setting decision, the U.S. Department of Commerce has ruled that China is circumventing steel tariffs by shipping products to Vietnam for finishing before exporting them to the United States. 

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