Trump orders probe into cheap steel imports, raises prospect of new tariffs
Friday, 21 April 2017
US President Donald Trump has invoked national security concerns to demand a probe into US steel imports. While the move risks blowback from China, Trump's announcement saw shares in US steel rallied by over 8 percent.
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