Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Richard Fisher reiterated Thursday that his administration will oppose the Senate’s expected move next week to enact a “quota bill” to restrict the amount of steel imports.

“We believe that the quota bill would be destructive, send a wrong signal to the rest of the world and would not be in keeping with what we should be keeping (for free trade),” Fisher told reporters in Tokyo via a televised conference from Washington.

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