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Continued: U.S. workers demand tariffs on below-cost, imported steel

  • Article by: DEE DEPASS , Star Tribune
  • Last update: June 24, 2014 - 9:23 PM

Dee DePass • 612-673-7725

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  • Broken crusher rods were shoveled from an opening in a rotating mill that reduces taconite ore to powder.

  • These green taconite pellets will be baked at 2,400 degrees.

  • This rebar is from Ambassador Steel in Minneapolis.

  • These steel pipes are being made inside a factory in Texas.

  • A hydraulic shovel holds 50 tons of taconite ore at a time in Eveleth.

  • These pipes came from the U.S. Steel plant in Birmingham, Ala. Steel imports have doubled since 2010, contributing to U.S. steelmakers posting $1.2 billion in losses.It’Äôs at risk because of the dumping of below-cost steel imports from Korea, China, India and six other countries.

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