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A Trump trade war would backfire, Mexicans say

Workers perform routine maintenance at the DeAcero steel mill in Mexico. The company melts down scrap metal from Mexico and the United States to produce steel beams, fencing and other products, mostly for the North American market. Photo: Joshua Partlow

MONTERREY, Mexico - Glowing metal pulsing at 2,912 degrees Fahrenheit in the DeAcero steel company's colossal new steel mill here is recycled from mountains of old auto parts, barges and broken-down dishwashers bought from scrap yards here and in Texas.

The company's metal is shipped back across the border to Missouri, to a plant that produces nails sold at Home Depot and Lowe's stores across America. What they sell competes for shelf space with products pumped out by the world's dominant steelmaking power, China...

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