'Companies are going to get screwed': US businesses are trying to get exemptions from Trump's tariffs, and the process sounds like a mess
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US companies can request exemptions to President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs if they can't find metals domestically.

US businesses have filed more than 20,000 exemption requests, according to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.

The Commerce Department has ruled on fewer than 100 of those requests.

According to a new report, the Commerce Department's exemption process sounds chaotic and random.

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