DETROIT – Supporters and opponents of what has turned out to be the most conflict-ridden trade decision of President Bush’s 3-year tenure testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington June 19-20. The ITC will use the testimony to deliver a report regarding steel tariffs’ effects to President Bush Sept. 19 – halfway through the duties’ original 3-year term. At that time, the Bush Admin. will determine whether to keep the tariffs in place until 2005, amend them or ...

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