Metals Retaliation-Squared Risks Tariff Spiral For Surgeons and Engineers — Panjiva
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Metals Retaliation-Squared Risks Tariff Spiral For Surgeons and Engineers

Canada 490 China 2965 European Union 819 Health Care 351 Industrials - Capital Goods 578 Info Tech - Tech Hardware 789 Materials - Metals/Mining 746 Metals - Aluminum 244 Metals - Steel 508 Mexico 878 Tariffs 1787 Turkey 63 U.S. 5310 USMCA 456 WTO 114

The USTR has launched five WTO disputes regarding retaliatory duties against America’s section 232 steel and aluminum reviews. That raises the prospect of additional duties on $28.5 billion of imports. The process is complicated by the ongoing section 301 tariff spat with China as well as NAFTA negotiations which are due to restart later this month. Canada and Mexico accounted for $13 billion and $3 billion respectively of the products targeted. For Mexico that followed a 35% surge in exports to the U.S. in the three months to May 31 to set a new record. Finding products to retaliate aga...

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