By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Strong U.S. government action is needed soon to stop "subsidized" steel imports from China, top industry officials said on Wednesday. "It's reaching the level where it's a serious concern," John Surma, chief executive officer of U.S. Steel Corp. , told reporters after meetings with lawmakers and a top U.S. Commerce Department official. Government subsidies have fueled a doubling of Chinese steel production over the last three years to more ...
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