By Ed Zwirn

Representatives of the US fashion and apparel industries, along with most of the country's business community and Congressional leadership, are voicing concern about President Donald Trump's 1 March announcement that he intends to propose additional tariffs on all imports of steel and aluminum.

Julie Hughes, president of the US Fashion Industry Association (USFIA), warned that the move--which would slap 25% on steel and 10% on aluminum imports from all countries--could hurt her members. It would impact the broader US economy, decreasing demand, an assessment apparently echoed by the financial markets, which saw stocks tank following the Trump announcement.

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