Jim Zarroli Jim Zarroli is an NPR correspondent based in New York. He covers economics and business news.
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Question Of What Will Happen To Steel Imports Hangs Over NAFTA Talks

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The United States, Canada and Mexico have been in lengthy talks over changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement since President Trump threatened to scrap the historic treaty. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Known For Its Coverage Of Scandals, The 'National Enquirer' Is Now Immersed In Its Own

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Looking Back: Trump Has Been A Hard-Liner On Trade For A Long Time

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President Trump answers a question during a Reuters interview in the Oval Office on Monday. The president again criticized the Fed for raising interest rates. Leah Millis/Reuters hide caption

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Trump Asks SEC To Study How Often Corporations Are Required To Report Earnings

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Turkey's President Calls For A Boycott Of American Electronic Products

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Deb Eisenhawer assembles a switch for a washing machine at a Whirlpool plant in Clyde, Ohio. The company's CEO says steel costs have reached "unexplainable levels." Aaron Josefczyk/Reuters hide caption

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From Mills To Manufacturers, Steel Tariffs Produce Winners And Losers

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The Trump administration threatened to raise proposed tariffs on Chinese imports from 10 percent to 25 percent, escalating U.S. trade tensions with Beijing. Brian Snyder/Reuters hide caption

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Trump Administration Threatens Even Higher Tariffs On China

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Workers weld drawers on the assembly line at the Metal Box International toolbox factory in Franklin Park, Ill. Many analysts estimate that U.S. economic growth picked up in the second quarter. Tim Aeppel/Reuters hide caption

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How Fast Did The Economy Grow? Forecasts Are All Over The Place

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President Trump Criticizes Federal Reserve For Raising Interest Rates

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EU And Japan Sign Trade Agreement That Was 5 Years In The Making

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A Chinese worker looks on as a cargo ship is loaded at a port in Qingdao, in eastern China's Shandong province, in July 2017. The United States is China's biggest single export market. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Is Better Able To Withstand A Trade War Than In The Past

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A Sinovel wind turbine is seen in Charlestown, Mass., in 2013. U.S. District Judge James Peterson on Friday ordered Sinovel to pay restitution and fines up to $59 million for stealing trade secrets. Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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