Trump's Mexico tariffs could affect fluorspar imports

By Michael Greenfield, Michael Greenfield
Published: Wednesday, 05 June 2019

US President Donald Trump is attempting to place a tariff on Mexico-origin imports, which would levy an initial 5% tariff on 300,000 tonnes of fluorspar.

President Trump’s impending import tariffs on Mexican produce will hit the minerals sector, potentially costing businesses in the United States millions of dollars. 

Mexico-origin fluorspar, along with all other Mexican imports, would be subject to a 5% duty from June 10 if a resolution...

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