DEARBORN – Auto makers and key suppliers are taking their steel case to Washington in an effort to influence the direction of a major sunset review set for this spring concerning certain duties on imported hot-rolled, flat-rolled steel coming from Japan, Brazil and Russia. At least 14 parts and auto makers, including Toyota Motor North America Inc. and Ford Motor Co., have filed plans to testify in the hot-rolled steel investigation currently in front of the U.S. International Trade ...
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