US President Donald J. Trump signed a tariff proclamation March 8 at the White House, including a series of carefully-crafted exemptions for NAFTA partners Canada and Mexico as well as the possibility for other allies to negotiate exemptions. Although this was not an Executive Order and thus not yet set in stone, the new tariffs were announced at 25% on steel and 10% on aluminium imports and are set to go into effect in 15 days for all countries not ultimately excluded.
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