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The United States is moving to curb steel imports from Mexico and Brazil.

The office of the US Trade Representative said on Monday that it is taking additional steps to curb steel imports from Mexico and Brazil, amid difficult conditions in the domestic market caused by the Corona virus pandemic.

He added that the United States will keep exempting customs duties for some steel product imports from Mexico until further consultations between the two countries in December.

He also stated that he is in the process of reducing Brazil’s remaining quota for 2020 of steel products exports to the United States to 60,000 metric tons from 350,000 tons, but that he will maintain Brazil’s current quota of other steel products.

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