September traditionally is an important month for the steel industry. New model-year vehicles begin hitting the road, featuring new applications of steel – or components lost to rival materials, such as aluminum or plastic. But this year, the month straddling summer and fall is even more significant. The U.S. International Trade Commission will deliver a report to President Bush Sept. 19 regarding the controversial tariffs placed on some imported steel products. Culled from testimony ...
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