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Slovene PM Pleased that U.S. Steel Tariffs Are Not Radical

Ljubljana, 9 March - Slovene Prime Minister Janez Drnovsek is pleased that the U.S. has not opted for radical measures in the attempt to protect its steel industry, and took into consideration expectations voiced by the Slovene government that Slovene steel exporters be exempt from the measure, Drnovsek's Office said Saturday.

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