President Donald Trump has extended the exemption for steel and aluminum tariffs until June 1, increasing uncertainty around the extent of the eventual measures. Meanwhile, Chinese steel prices firmed in April despite official production figures continuing to defy the much vaunted capacity cuts. S&P Global Platts' Christopher Davis and Peter Brennan discuss what it all means for the industry.
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