WASHINGTON, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Steel exporters in the European Union and Japan are the main foreign beneficiaries of the Bush administration's decision to exclude certain products from hefty U.S. steel tariffs imposed earlier this year, trade officials said on Thursday. In a conference call with reporters, the U.S. trade officials were not immediately able to give an estimate of the amount of tonnage covered by the latest batch of 178 steel product exclusions announced earlier in the day. ...
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