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Steel group opposed to 232 remedies commissions report on their economic impact

September 13, 2017
Potential remedies imposed as a result of a Section 232 investigation into the national security imports of steel could hinder almost $300 billion in U.S. economic activity, according to a new report commissioned by a group aiming to halt the probe. The American Institute for International Steel, which bills itself as a pro-free trade association composed of more than 100 members in the steel supply chain, sponsored an economic impact study of the impact that remedies imposed by President Trump...

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