DETROIT – The battle over the Bush Admin.’s tariffs on foreign steel continues to escalate. A new resolution to be introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives Jan. 29, calls for the International Trade Commission to expand its ongoing review of the duties. The new bipartisan resolution, spearheaded by Republican Rep. Joe Knollenberg from Michigan, will urge President Bush to direct the ITC to assess the impact of the tariffs on steel users. A new legislative action would open ...

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