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For manufacturers, the devil is in the details on steel, aluminum tariffs

March 19, 2018 Article 4 min read
Authors:
Lou Longo
Manufacturers have options to lessen the impact of new tariffs on steel and aluminum. Read more at Industry Week.
Close-up photo of a red steel bridge.Companies can seek exemptions if the material they want to import can’t be sourced at a reasonable cost domestically, or if there is a national security interest for the exemption.

U.S. manufacturing executives concerned about recently announced steel and aluminum tariffs may yet be able to take action to minimize the impact these trade actions could have on their bottom line.

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