WASHINGTON — In a move to avert a trade war, U.S. government officials said Thursday they were exempting another 178 foreign steel products from controversial duties the Bush administration imposed on imports in March to protect the flagging domestic steel industry.

An "overwhelming majority" of this latest round of steel exclusions will benefit European and Japanese steel producers, according to two trade officials who briefed the press.

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