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US eyes global tariff of ‘at least’ 24% on steel imports

February 16, 2018, Financial Times

John Veroneau is quoted in a Financial Times article regarding U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' recommendation to impose a global tariff on imports of steel and aluminum. According to Veroneau, the “failure to categorically exclude Canada” and other allies “shows that this is not really about national security." He adds, “Section 232 is simply being used as a pretext for good old-fashioned protectionism.”

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