HOUSTON – Two leading Republican senators on a conference in Houston president Trump called for a nuanced trade policy to pursue and be careful with extra charges.
John Cornyn from Texas said that he hopes that we are not going to pretend that all countries are all exactly the same. Senator Lisa Murkowski from Alaska, said to be astonished about the decision of Trump to additional import duties on foreign steel and aluminum to eliminate and urged him on to are very careful with it. Murkowski and Cornyn spoke at a large convention of bosses in the energy sector, CERAWeek.
The Republican president Trump has Thursday put his signature under the import levy of 25 per cent steel and 10 per cent on aluminium. He made an exception for the neighbouring countries of Canada and Mexico. The American minister of Finance Steven Mnuchin said Friday that Trump exceptions could make for even more countries.