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EU Reactions to the U.S. Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

March 14, 2018, Covington Alert

In our March 9 client alert we outlined the proclamations issued by President Trump announcing tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum in the United States, which will go into effect on March 23.

The European Union—which is the second-largest foreign supplier of steel and aluminum to the United States, after Canada—has expressed concern about the imposition of these tariffs and may take a variety of actions in response, including challenging these tariffs in the World Trade Organization and/or imposing retaliatory tariffs of its own.

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