Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Trump's tariff moves send challenge to the trade status quo
In the United States and overseas, the Trump administration’s new plans to place sizable tariffs on steel and aluminum imports have caused shock and dismay. Critics say such “protectionism” could spark a trade war.
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