(adds more detail throughout) By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Aug 22 (Reuters) - The United States on Thursday excluded another 178 foreign steel products from the disputed tariffs it imposed in March, whittling away at the scope of the duties and potentially easing tensions with the European Union, Japan and other trading partners. U.S. trade officials said the seventh and final round of exclusions for 2002 brought the number of foreign steel products exempted from the tariffs to 727. ...
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