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From: deaconmike (Rep: 950)Date: 03/07/2018 20:31
Forum: New Political Forum - Msg #7061Thread #673995927 (Rec: 0)
More negative news,,,,

Some U.S. steel and aluminum makers are restarting idle mills and
ramping up capacity to make up for imports that face being priced out
of the market if President Donald Trump’s proposed import tariffs take hold.

United States Steel Corp. on Wednesday said it would fire up a blast furnace
in Granite City, Ill., and call back 500 workers. Century Aluminum Co. said last
week it will restart lines at a smelter in Kentucky that have been curtailed
since 2015, doubling its workforce there to 600.

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