Ex-WTO chief: US showed restraint on steel in '90s


WASHINGTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - The United States could have a tough time proving it was justified in imposing hefty steel tariffs earlier this year, but might have won at the World Trade Organization if it had acted earlier, the former WTO director general said on Thursday. Mike Moore, who recently stepped down as head of the WTO, said the United States should be praised for the restraint it showed in the late 1990s, when the Asian financial crisis threw a flood of steel imports onto its ...

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