China Hit With Tariffs After Tianjin Pipe Gets Subsidized Loans


Tianjin Pipe Corp.’s 850-acre campus is unlike any other steel factory in the world. Ostriches, spotted deer and peacocks roam the grounds amid willow trees, bamboo bridges and Chinese pavilions. The plant has its own light-rail stop and hotel.

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