Ron Kong

Owner, M&K metal company, Gardena

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Building is booming in LA and that drives up the cost of materials. What happens when you add steel tariffs?

Amidst LA building boom, Trump's steel tariffs take a toll

Building is booming in LA and that drives up the cost of materials. What happens when you add steel tariffs?

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