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US cuts deal on steel tariffs with EU, but Sen. Toomey says more is needed

The Republican has criticized the levies ever since former President Trump authorized them in 2018 under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act.

By An-Li Herring/WESA

As US considers revisiting steel tariffs against the EU, Pa. manufacturers remain divided on the issue

Tariff supporters argue that critics should not blame the levies for supply-chain disruptions that COVID-19 has caused worldwide.

By An-Li Herring/WESA

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Mamma Mia! Pa. Italian food purveyors say more tariffs could be ‘devastating’

“The consumer is going to get a product which is much worse … and will be paying the same price.”
By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

Trump tariffs cost Pennsylvanians more than $700 million in 2019

Pennsylvanians paid at least $742 million in additional taxes in 2019 due to Trump administration tariffs, as well as the ongoing trade war with China.
By Lucy Perkins/WESA

Pennsylvania hardwood industry feeling the effects of trade war with China

“It will affect us....We’ve dropped some employees, we’re changing how we’re doing things. But hopefully, we can survive.”
By Anne Danahy/WPSU