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Key figures in US President Donald Trump's own party have expressed their concern over his plan to introduce steel and aluminum import tariffs, and called for them to be scrapped. Trump said he would "stick to his guns."
Hours ahead of the signing of trade tariffs on steel imports, President Trump has insisted he doesn't want a trade war. Washington is set to soften the blow of its new penalties with exemptions for certain countries.
The US president will on Friday address the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, where he's rubbing shoulders with the globalists his 'America First' rhetoric has long since railed against.
Penalty duties, wall-building, an end to free trade - the shift in US policy is impacting Mexico especially hard. Johannes Hauser from the German-Mexican Chamber of Commerce warns of the potential consequences.
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