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Union leaders and hosted a rally to protest allege trade violation by South Korean steel makers on Friday, April 17th 2014. Union leaders are accusing Korean steel makers of illegally dumping steel, selling steel less than its fair value. Union members joined supporting activist at Granite City Civic Park in Illinois. The rally was to urge the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to impose duties or fine on Korean steel makers for violating trade laws. The Audience heard from two congressmen, Republican Congressman Rodney Davis and Democrat Congressman Bill Enyart. Davis promoted American work force

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Foreign steel should not come to America to create jobs in foreign country, American steel creates…

The crowed shouted jobs. In the video Congressman Enyart promoted American workers producing American steel.

On March 25th, Chief Executive officer of U. S. Steel Mario Longhi told Bloomberg News that South Korean steel makers are creating network of companies avoid trade regulations.



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