The U.S. steel industry is imploring the president to “stay the course” and stand up to European Union bully tactics. President Bush is expected to announce Nov. 10, whether tariffs instituted in 2002 against foreign steel will be amended, revoked or remain intact – the strong preference of the U.S. steel industry, which held a conference Friday to reiterate its position. The 3-year, gradually declining tariff program is up for a midway review. The announcement is slated to coincide ...
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