All eyes on China's next move after Trump signs steel tariff

S&P Global Platts Senior Editor Sameer C. Mohindru takes a look at the potential impact of US steel and aluminum import tariffs on trade flows.

With Canada and Mexico excluded from the US' steel and aluminum import tariffs effective March 23, the world waits to see this week if any other exceptions will be made, and whether exporting countries such as China will retaliate with counter-tariffs on products imported from the US.

A trade war could threaten trade flow between the two countries and put the US’ dependency on Chinese markets at risk. More details in our factbox:

Source: S&P Global Platts (via YouTube)
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