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Trump: Tariffs 'most likely' won't apply to Canada or Mexico; Australia, others also could be excluded

March 08, 2018 at 12:38 PM
President Trump said on Thursday that tariffs on steel and aluminum would “most likely” not apply to Canada or Mexico if a new NAFTA deal can be struck, and other allies like Australia could also be excluded. “We're going to be very fair. We're going to be very flexible,” Trump said ahead of an afternoon meeting at which he could sign proclamations on the tariffs – though details remained up in the air on Thursday morning. At the outset of...

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