Enforcing trade rules is not a ‘trade war’

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Industrial policies that advance national interests are nothing new. Other nations do it, and so should we.    By STAN SORSCHER (March 9, 2018) — The recent tariffs on steel and aluminum have been characterized as trade war. This is weird, because countries often enforce trade rules with targeted tariffs and sanctions, and markets adjust. […]
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Enforcing trade rules is not a ‘trade war’

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