The Ministry of Defense talks with the Ministry of Commerce concluded that imports of steel and aluminum are based on unfair trade practices that pose a threat to national security.
US Defense Secretary James Matisse said the target tariffs were more favorable than tariffs or global quotas.
Last week, the US Commerce Department recommended imposing a set of restrictions on imports of steel and aluminum from duties to quotas.
Through these measures, the focus will be on correcting China's overproduction and countering its attempts to circumvent current anti-dumping tariffs, Matisse said.
"If decisions are made on the steel industry, it will wait until further decisions are made on aluminum," he said.
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