As U.S. steelmakers cheer tariffs, a Michigan factory's future looks bleak

By NPR

Mar 09, 2018

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American steel manufacturers are excited about the Trump administration's plan to levy 25 percent tariffs on imported steel. They say the tariffs will level the playing field against big steel exporters like China.

But in one Michigan county that voted heavily for Trump, people are worried that tariffs could force a big local plant to shut down.

Read the full story at npr.org.

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