Steel tariffs put pressure on part suppliers

Chappell, Lindsay
March 2002
Automotive News;3/11/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5974, p38
Trade Publication
Reports on the effects of steel tariffs on part suppliers in the U.S. Possibility of metal manufacturers to take advantage on the penalty for importers; Percentage of tariff on imported flat-rolled steel and coated steel; Reason of the implementation of the tariffs.


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