United States postponed the introduction of duties on steel for a number of countries

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President Donald trump has postponed a decision on the introduction of import duties on steel and aluminum for Canada, the European Union and Mexico until June 1, and reached an agreement in principle with Argentina, Australia and Brazil, said a source familiar with the decision.

In March, trump has introduced a 25 percent duty on steel imports and 10 percent on imports of aluminum, however, has provided temporary exceptions for Canada, Mexico, Brazil, EU, Australia and Argentina.