• Trump Tells Lawmakers He's Mulling Limits on Imported Steel

    3 monthes ago - By NY Times

    Democrats at the bipartisan meeting voiced support for the president's proposal to restrict imports of steel and aluminum, while Republicans urged caution.
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  • President Donald Trump doubled down on his pledge to impose a so-calle

    3 monthes ago - By AG Web

    President Donald Trump doubled down on his pledge to impose a so-called reciprocal tax on imports, though a senior administration official said the White House has no formal plan in the works.
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  • Solar Jobs Fell For The First Time In 7 Years In 2017. Now Trump Could Make It Worse

    Solar Jobs Fell For The First Time In 7 Years In 2017. Now Trump Could Make It Worse

    3 monthes ago - By Huffington Post

    The new tariffs the White House announced last month are likely to make things worse for the industry.
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  • Trump held a freewheeling White House meeting on trade - and it sounds like some of economists' worst fears could come true

    Trump held a freewheeling White House meeting on trade - and it sounds like some of economists' worst fears could come true

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    President Donald Trump held a discussion with senators from both parties on trade, specifically possible action on steel and aluminum imports.
    Lawmakers repeatedly attempted to urge caution on the use of tariffs, while Trump complained about unfair trade practices by foreign countries.
    President Donald Trump held a meeting on trade at the White House on Tuesday and raised the spectre of possible protectionist policies while pushing back on senators suggestions that new tariffs could be bad for the US economy.
    The meeting was to discuss possible upcoming action on steel and aluminum imports...
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  • Commentary: Trump's Infrastructure Plan Is an All-Out Assault on the Environment

    3 monthes ago - By Fortune

    On Monday, President Donald Trump held a meeting with state and local officials at the White House and tried to sell his newly released and skeptically received infrastructure plan by promising : "We're going to get you the environmental and the transportation permits. We'll get them for you so fast your head will spin."
    When reviewing the environmental impacts of major infrastructure projects that have lifetimes spanning decades, dizziness is not the gold standard we should be trying to meet.
    The Trump administration's head-spinning plan is simple: Gut or weaken environmental protections...
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