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Lighthizer: Still working on Section 232 tariffs; US-EU talks stuck over ag

Auto tariffs another 'complicated' topic

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Finding a solution that gives Canada and Mexico relief from Section 232 metals tariffs remains a priority,  US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told the Senate Finance Committee March 12, while the US and European Union (EU) remain at a "stalemate" over including agriculture in upcoming trade talks.


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