• Kyodo


The United States on Monday added a large amount of Japanese steel products to its list of exclusions from emergency tariffs on steel imports, raising the possibility of Japan refraining from taking retaliatory action.

The Commerce Department and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative said another 37 foreign steel products have been excluded from the tariffs Washington imposed in March to help the ailing U.S. steel industry.

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