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B.C. ironworkers lobbying feds as end to tariff exemptions looms
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Published: Friday, 04/06/2018 12:31 pm EDT
Last Updated: Friday, 04/06/2018 1:24 pm EDT
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U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross used Campbell's Soup as a prop in defending Washington's plans to impose steel and aluminum tariffs, saying they would have a minimal impact on consumers. 'In a can of Campbell's Soup, there are about 2.6 pennies worth of steel. So if that goes up by 25 percent, that's about six-tenths of one cent on the price on a can of Campbell's soup,' Ross said.
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