The European Union screamed bloody murder when the Bush Admin. announced in early March tariffs ranging from 8% to 30% over the next several years on most foreign steel. A stern response was expected from the European Union and other nations, including China, South Korea and Russia, which quickly filed a protest with the World Trade Organization. But the amount of homegrown criticism was both surprising and misinformed. The only complaints to be heard should have been those of the ...
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