- May 11, 2018 -
The Wall Street News Editor's Selection of the March article pointed out: “The United States feels that the biggest threat is not steel and aluminum imports, but China’s 'theft’ of US technology. The ultimate goal of the trade war is China.”
Industrial Securities previously believed that the pursuit of Chinese technology has triggered a panic in the United States, or is one of the other sources of the tightening of US trade policy toward China this time. The high-tech industry will become the main battlefield for this round of China-US trade war.
Appeal Wall Street article mentioned that, including temporary exemptions, the United States has exempted the country's steel and aluminum imports accounted for 2/3 of its total imports.
Trade Protection upgraded version of steel and aluminum investigation has "buried pen"
On March 8th this year, Trump signed an announcement that it imposed a 25% tariff on imported steel and aluminum products each month. Wall Street found that this was only one of the three steel trade protection proposals made by the U.S. Department of Commerce in the previous month. The Ministry of Commerce had already set plans for import quotas.