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February 23, 1999 | From Reuters
Russia agreed Monday to curb steel exports to the United States by as much as 70% under a tentative deal with Washington to suspend an anti-dumping case against Russian exports. Commerce Secretary Bill Daley said Russia would halt exports of hot-rolled steel, a basic industry product, for six months, then limit shipments to the U.S. to 1996 levels. Russia also agreed to keep other steel exports at 1997 levels. "All these actions are intended to provide much needed relief to the U.S.
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February 23, 1999 | From Reuters
Russia agreed Monday to curb steel exports to the United States by as much as 70% under a tentative deal with Washington to suspend an anti-dumping case against Russian exports. Commerce Secretary Bill Daley said Russia would halt exports of hot-rolled steel, a basic industry product, for six months, then limit shipments to the U.S. to 1996 levels. Russia also agreed to keep other steel exports at 1997 levels. "All these actions are intended to provide much needed relief to the U.S.
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March 5, 2002 | WARREN VIETH and MELINDA FULMER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Bush administration is expected to impose new tariffs to shield U.S. steel companies from overseas competition, but it will try to avoid a broader trade war with irate allies. President Bush has not announced details of his plan on the steel issue. But the administration made it clear Monday that it intended to impose some combination of tariffs and quotas to give the ailing U.S. steel industry more time to consolidate and restructure.
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