WSJ: Trump tariffs on steel haven’t produced the steelmaking job growth he boasted about. Instead they hurt U.S. manufacturers, including in automotive and appliance sectors.
Tariffs Didn’t Fuel Revival for American Steel Initial job growth withers as demand and prices sink; older mills face a dim future
Oh: "Tariffs Didn’t Fuel Revival for American Steel: Initial job growth withers as demand and prices sink; older mills face a dim future" via
Surprise! President Trump’s 25% tariffs on foreign-made steel haven’t yielded the steelmaking renaissance that he promised during his 2016 campaign ... with weighing in . . . via
Anyone spending time in Mon Valley & Ohio River valley towns would want to believe in the dream of steel job revivals—so many of those towns are shells, now surviving mostly on government transfers. Time, energy, & $ could’ve been spent on real solutions.