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Steel and aluminum industries target China, Korea in trade deficit review comments

May 12, 2017
In comments submitted to the Commerce Department to inform its trade deficits review, U.S. steel and aluminum companies have targeted Chinese trans-shipment practices and alleged government subsidies as primary contributors to the U.S.-China trade deficit, in addition to taking aim at Korea for fueling increased subsidization of steel products. Commerce is seeking public input on factors contributing to the U.S.' bilateral trade deficits, which will be used to inform a report that must be submitted to President Trump by June...

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