With the International Trade Commission’s report in hand since Sept. 19, President Bush is expected to make a decision by early November regarding whether to stick with tariffs he instituted in 2002 against foreign-made steel. The Bush Admin. faces no definitive deadline to decide if the duties should be amended, repealed or continued as originally planned until 2005. But a verdict from the World Trade Organization is due Nov. 10 regarding an appeal filed in July by the U.S., which is ...
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