Aggressive tariff cuts in the last 15 years threaten the viability of Australia's declining manufacturing sector, including the automotive industry, Australia’s biggest steel maker says. BlueScope Steel Ltd. CEO Kirby Adams tells a recent meeting of the American Chamber of Commerce in Melbourne that the federal government must take a tougher stance on its trade policy. BlueScope supplies steel for the new Australian-built Toyota Camry and upcoming Aurion, as well as the Ford Territory ...
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