Japan steel industry head says new U.S. tariffs have not hit Asia market yet

Japanese steelmakers are trying to seek item exemptions from the U.S. tariffs, Japan Iron and Steel Federation Chairman Kosei Shindo said at a news conference. “We want the U.S. government to speed up its process as this will have an impact on the U.S …
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