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26 Jul 2017 By Robert Cyran

Rising demand and restrained imports led to blowout earnings at the $4.7 bln steelmaker. While management’s hopes for tariffs on bogus national-security grounds are receding, investors are better served by a focus on upgrading high-cost production over protectionist lobbying.

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