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Trump tariffs blamed for potential closure of SEMO employer

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George Skarich of Mid Continent Nail Corp. says President Donald Trump's tariff on steel imports could put the company out of business.

"Cheap nail imports from China and other countries don't face this tariff and are increasing every day. We need our wire to be excluded from this tariff or we will have to increase the layoffs we've already begun," Skarich says.

The Poplar Bluff-based 500-employee operation is said to be one of the last major U.S. nail manufacturers.

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