The price of raw materials in the United States in March reached a new high of 7 years

Last month, Trump ordered a tax on all imported steel and aluminum, including China, and the foreign media pointed out that the US government was "throwing the pot". However, Trump still signed it. Now, the bad fruit has come.gay sauna
According to a April 3rd report by Bloomberg, a survey by the Institute For Supply Management (ISM) of the US manufacturing data authority showed that the cost of raw materials in the United States in March this year was almost the highest in 7 years.
However, from the current situation, the US manufacturing industry has not yet undergone large-scale decline. The data in March declined slightly.
The consequences of Trump's steel and aluminum tariff are coming: in March, the price of raw materials in the US hit 7 years.
"Panic buying" in the American industry gay escort
Bloomberg said the Trump administration statement led to a "panic buying" in the manufacturing industry, which directly pushed up the price, and even a part of the raw material "sold out of goods". An anonymous person in the ISM report said that panic buying directly led to a rise in recent prices, causing inventory to be used only to give priority to signatory customers and that non signed customers face shortages.
The consequences of Trump's steel and aluminum tariff are coming: in March, the price of raw materials in the US hit 7 years.
In March 2018, raw material prices rose rapidly, almost 7 years ago.
Filho (Timothy Fiore), chairman of the ISM's factory investigation committee, said that steel and aluminum were the basic material for industry, and Trump's threat led to the current price of these two products for only 24 hours, and a price rise in one or two days. "The rise of this price index is mainly due to tariffs." Filho said. gay club
In addition, Filho said, in the survey, about 32% of the respondents said that Trump's orders were a serious threat to their work, affecting a large industrial chain, rising from possible costs to a severe contraction in production schedules.
And, Filho also pointed out that the report was introduced before the government officially began to levy taxes, that is, only Trump's signature has led to problems in the manufacturing industry.