May 2018, Vo. 245, No. 5


Metal Import Tariffs: Unwanted ‘Help’ for Pipelines

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor In a new version of “March Madness,” a confederation of nearly four dozen trade associations wrote to President Trump urging him to halt plans to levy hefty tariffs on China. This concerted, and nevertheless unsuccessful, move by the business community representing a wide swath of U.S. commercial interests came a week after the energy industry had widely and loudly lectured the president on his decision to inflict tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, a decision widely regarded as counterproductive to the North American pipeline sector. Outside of the energy sector, General Motors CEO Mary Barra was telling the annual CERAWee

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