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    “Only two domestic suppliers were certified by the Defense Department to supply the 3/8-inch armor plate used in MRAP construction: International Steel Group and Oregon Steel Mills. (…)
    More interestingly, Oregon Steel Mills was owned by the Evraz Group; while its shares are traded on the London Stock Exchange, the company itself was headquartered in Luxembourg City and Moscow, and was the largest steel producer in Russia.”

    http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-buzz/why-does-trump-think-imported-steel-threatens-us-national-20606?page=show

    -> I would love reading more analysis on such aspects.

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      Gosh, those are interesting angles. Thank you. Are you interested in developing any of these themes yourself?

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        Would love to read more. But not having the resources to analyse. The last link also provides further links to the official reasoning. Good luck developing the theme further.

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    As the story involves would love to read more analysis how the steel makers are affected like Mittal vs. the cheaper Chinese suppliers. Here some links for consideration:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lakshmi_Mittal
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ArcelorMittal
    http://www.4-traders.com/business-leaders/Lakshmi-Mittal-34/news/ArcelorMittal-Swings-to-Profit-Expresses-Hope-About-Trump-Policies-2nd-Update–23850681/
    last one cites Mittal saying earlier >>Mr. Mittal noted rising steel demand in the crucial U.S. market and said Mr. Trump’s promises to invest in U.S. infrastructure and manufacturing are “good for us” and would help the steel industry at large.
    He also suggested the Trump administration could provide a bulwark against a glut of Chinese steel on the global market. “I hope that with Trump’s new administration, strong trade actions will help to address to China’s overcapacity,” Mr. Mittal added. <<

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