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Professor Webster discusses Chinese steel trade during WVIZ interview

Professor Webster discusses Chinese steel trade during WVIZ interview

Wednesday, April 26, 2017  /  Rate this article:
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Is the United States excessively dependent on foreign steel imports, and is this a threat to national security?

On April 24, Tim Webster, Assistant Professor of Law and Director of Asian Legal Studies, discussed the trade implications of the recent executive order to study the capacity of the U.S. steel industry to expand production in the event of a trade disruption. Currently, the United States imports steel from 90 countries accounting for 26-percent of all steel used domestically.

The WZIV Ideastream segment, "Will Trump administration’s steel imports investigation lead to sanctions against China?" is available to view online.



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