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The Trump Presidency: Trump approves import tariffs on metal products

There's been a furious response from America's biggest trading partners. They're angry at President Donald Trump's decision to impose steep tariffs on steel and aluminium imports. Trump wants to introduce a 25-percent penalty on steel imports, and a 10-percent levy on aluminium next week. It's to protect producers at home, but as William Denselow reports, there are fears the plan could start a trade war.

The Trump Presidency: Fears new tariffs might hurt US steel companies

The Trump Presidency: Fears new tariffs might hurt US steel companies

The Trump Presidency: Trump signs controversial steel proclamations

The Trump Presidency: Trump signs controversial steel proclamations

Small businesses worry about US steel tariffs | Money Talks

Small businesses worry about US steel tariffs | Money Talks

The Trump Presidency: World hits back against Trump's tariff plan

The Trump Presidency: World hits back against Trump's tariff plan

Woman On War: Sue Turton, Independent Journalist

Woman On War: Sue Turton, Independent Journalist

Woman On War: Zeina Awad, Correspondent TRT World

Woman On War: Zeina Awad, Correspondent TRT World

Woman On War: Nicole Johnston, TRT World Correspondent

Woman On War: Nicole Johnston, TRT World Correspondent

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