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A Closer Look (Steel Wars) #741628

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 11, 2003
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) A closer look at the predicament President Bush's administration finds itself in over steel introduced; International Trade Commission statistics cited.

(Washington: John Cochran) The tariffs on cheaper imported steel examined; details given of the economic & political implications, including the opposition of smaller businesses & the threat of retaliation from the European Union unless tariffs are dropped. [January 15, 2002, BUSH - talks trade.] [Trilla Steel Drum Corp. Lester TRILLA†- says his government has turned on him.] [Citrus grower George AUSTIN†- reacts.] ["The Guardian" Jonathan FREEDLAND†- outlines the European view of Bush's administration.] [Steelworker Michael LEWIS†- wants tariffs.]

Jennings, Peter;
Cochran, John

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