Some 61 different categories of steel are exempted in tariffs proposed by U.S. President George W. Bush in March, says The Washington Post. The exemptions account for less than 1% of the approximately 14.3 million tons (13 million t) of annual steel imports that were originally going to be covered by the tariffs, the U.S. Commerce Dept. tells the paper. The exemptions include hot-rolled products, cold-rolled products, stainless steel bar, stainless steel wire rod, tin mill products and ...
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