By the end of 2016, the steel industry had already reported 1,845 fatalities.
In the same year, the United States exported $9.2 billion worth of steel to China, which in turn supplied steel for about 80 percent of the world’s steel production.
It was a huge amount of steel, which made it particularly dangerous to people who work with it.
It also made it a big target for people who wanted to make their own steel.
This month, the US House of Representatives voted to ban new imports of steel from China until there is better information about how to protect workers.
But that isn’t stopping the American steel industry from continuing to trade with China.
The International Trade Commission issued a preliminary decision on Wednesday that called for an immediate halt to steel exports to China until more data are available.
That’s because there is no evidence that the Chinese government is actually trying to stop the steel mills that are operating in the United, including those in West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Michigan, the commission said.
The commission also issued a temporary injunction blocking all steel imports from China and called for additional information to be provided on how to prevent and respond to steel contamination.
There are a lot of unanswered questions about this process, said Mary Ann Hitt, a professor of international law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
What are the regulations on what constitutes safe working conditions?
What are our best practices when it comes to working with steel?
What can be done to make sure that the steel we’re buying isn’t unsafe?
These are all questions that we’re still asking, Hitt said.