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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US Court of International Trade on Wednesday upheld former President Donald Trump’s “Section 232” national security tariffs on steel imports into the United States, issuing a decision denying the challenge of the tariffs by a steel importer. A three-judge panel in the New York-based federal court hearing challenges to the trade actions said the tariffs, imposed in 2018, were legal under a Cold War-era national security trade statute, denying New Jersey importer Universal Steel Products request. Inc to remove them.
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