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July 8, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
Brazil agreed to curtail exports to the U.S. of a key steel product used in cars and appliances to avoid tariffs that would have priced its steelmakers out of the U.S. market. The agreement--which U.S. steelmakers denounced as inadequate--calls for Brazil's two largest steel producers to suspend shipments of hot-rolled steel until October, then cut annual exports by 28% for five years. It will also establish minimum prices for the imports. The U.S.
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November 24, 1988
Thousands of Brazilian workers returned to their jobs at Latin America's biggest steel plant, ending a 17-day strike that was marked by a confrontation with troops that left three strikers dead and scores injured. It was the nation's worst labor turmoil since President Jose Sarney took office in 1985. A union spokesman said workers met outside the headquarters of the National Steel Co.
BUSINESS
July 8, 1999 | From Bloomberg News
Brazil agreed to curtail exports to the U.S. of a key steel product used in cars and appliances to avoid tariffs that would have priced its steelmakers out of the U.S. market. The agreement--which U.S. steelmakers denounced as inadequate--calls for Brazil's two largest steel producers to suspend shipments of hot-rolled steel until October, then cut annual exports by 28% for five years. It will also establish minimum prices for the imports. The U.S.
NEWS
November 24, 1988
Thousands of Brazilian workers returned to their jobs at Latin America's biggest steel plant, ending a 17-day strike that was marked by a confrontation with troops that left three strikers dead and scores injured. It was the nation's worst labor turmoil since President Jose Sarney took office in 1985. A union spokesman said workers met outside the headquarters of the National Steel Co.
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