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As the White House threatened new U.S. barriers to steel imports, officials and experts from the world’s biggest steel-exporting nation, China,said the real loser might beAmerica itself.
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President Trump has been pushing hard to bring his “Buy American, Hire American” mantra to fruition, including with an executive order meant to prevent “foreign cheaters” from taking US jobs and infringing on our steel production, a senior administration official said Monday, per Politico . The New York Times reports that…
President Trump’s bid to stanch imports flowing into the U.S. steel market is fighting strong currents: Domestic prices that are among the world’s highest and a buoyant dollar that pushes down the cost of imports.
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The Trump administration directed the Commerce Department on Thursday to expedite an investigation into whether the way other countries sell steel compromises U.S. national security.
In a briefing Thursday morning, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the review would consider how much steel the…
Pandemonium occurred at a Golden Gloves boxing event in L.A. on Wednesday — when fans stormed the ring at a youth tournament and fought it out … with one guy catching a haymaker right in the face. Oh, and a woman hit a man with a steel…
Near the border of South Los Angeles and Culver City, developers Frederick and Laurie Samitaur Smith plan on making a statement.
The couple, who helped transform the surrounding area into a hub for unique architecture, envisions yet another cutting-edge structure: an eccentric 17-story office tower…
By Gernot Heller and Andrea Shalal BERLIN (Reuters) – German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel called for a resumption of long-stalled efforts to negotiate a global free trade accord on Saturday, warning that a proliferation of bilateral trade deals could lead to varying standards and rules. "The best thing would be an agreement under the auspices of the World Trade Organization (WTO)," Gabriel said during a business conference in Hong Kong. "We should restart discussions in the WTO even as we are negotiating comprehensive bilateral agreements," he said, before heading back to Germany.
India has decided, again, to misunderstand the very point and purpose of trade. That point being to gain access to whatever it is that foreigners do better than our own domestic industry does. That means that if foreigners try to sell us something cheap our reaction should be “Thank You”, […]
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