HAMILTON, Ontario, March 13 (Reuters) - ArcelorMittal Dofasco's chief executive said on Tuesday the company was not seeking Canadian government aid as the domestic steel industry faces uncertainty after U.S. President Donald Trump provided temporary tariff relief on steel imports.



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