DETROIT – The list of exclusions from the disputed steel tariffs announced by President Bush earlier this year grows as U.S. trade officials award immunity to another 178 foreign steel products. Most of the exemptions are aimed at steel from the European Union and Japan. The countries have complained about the U.S. instituting duties on imported steel and threatened trade retaliation. President Bush instituted the Section 201 tariffs earlier this year to help the domestic steel industry. ...

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