Trump says his steel tariffs will save the USA industry

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China says US solar tariffs violate trade rules, lodges WTO complaint

China's "Request for Consultations" to the United States WTO delegation cites numerous issues with the United States' decision to impose tariffs, specifically as it pertains to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 and the Agreement on Safeguards.

Previously, the United States took safeguard measures on imports of some photovoltaic products with additional tariffs of up to 30 percent.

Despite Trump's praise, The Journal notes that, though some some steelmakers are expanding production in the US, other USA manufacturers are still dependent on imported metals.

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In response, South Korea, one of US major sources of washing machine imports, said it will "actively respond to USA trade protectionism".

But many have speculated that the affects could cause significant harm to US industries. One day later, the WTO received a complaint filed by India against the United States. On the same day, Turkey's imposition of tariffs on 266.5 million dollars of US goods took effect.

The United States and China have slapped tit-for-tat tariffs on tens of billions of dollars worth of goods from each country, with another round of levies scheduled to being next week.

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On June 22, the European Union levied duties of 25 percent on 2.8 billion euros (3.2 billion dollars) of US imports in retaliation of Washington's steel and aluminum tariffs. Trump announced earlier this year that he would impose global tariffs of 25% on imported steel and 10% on aluminum, citing national security concerns.

A spokesperson from China's Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday that the tariffs are suspected of violating WTO rules and therefore undermining the WTO's authority.

After the application of these first taxes, China responded with a package of tariff countermeasures of equal weight to products of the North American nation.

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