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U.S. Steelmakers Cheer Senate Ratification of USMCA

16 Jan 2020 - The U.S. steel industry is applauding the passage of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), saying the new trade deal would promote investment and ensure that more steel is made within North America. 

Report: Trump Won’t Put Tariff on Brazilian Steel

23 Dec 2019 - The Trump administration won’t impose a 25% tariff on Brazilian steel and aluminum, the country’s president has said, according to The Hill newspaper.

Trump Promises Section 232 Tariff on Brazilian, Argentinian Steel 

02 Dec 2019 - Accusing Brazil and Argentina of currency manipulation, President Donald Trump on Monday said he would reinstate Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum from those countries, according to reports. 

EU Suspects Chinese Circumvention of Anti-Dumping Measure

27 Nov 2019 - The European Commission has launched an inquiry into whether Chinese exporters are circumventing anti-dumping duties on corrosion-resistant steel. 

Leaning Into Market Headwinds, Tata Steel Europe Proposes Major Restructuring

19 Nov 2019 - Tata Steel Europe plans to eliminate up to 3,000 jobs and boost sales of higher-value steels part of a broad restructuring brought about by a soggy European market. 

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