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US extends tariff exemptions for EU, Canada and Mexico

President Donald Trump has given the EU, Canada, Mexico and other allies another 30-day reprieve from new steel and aluminium tariffs, delaying the fair-trade measures until June just as a high-level US delegation heads to China to demand a level playing field on trade.

Month-long delay on fair-trade tariffs for key allies, but South Korea nets a permanent exemption after agreeing to cut steel exports to the US by 30%

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