aluminium dumping

Aluminium Stakeholders Weigh In After Commerce Department’s Public Release of Section 232 Investigation Report

Aluminium Stakeholders Weigh In After Commerce Department’s Public Release of Section 232 Investigation Report

U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross released the department’s report on steel and aluminium imports investigated during the recent Section 232 national security investigation yesterday, in which the Department recommends a mix of tariffs and quotas on aluminium products entering from...

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U.S. Aluminium Stakeholders Lay Blame At Chinese Producers’ Feet During USITC Hearing

Representatives of aluminium foil makers in the United States called upon the federal government to enact tariffs against imports of the same from the People’s Republic of China during a hearing held by the U.S. International Trade Commission yesterday. With the decision due in mere weeks, speakers representing several aluminium stakeholders descended upon the District […]

U.S. Government Panel Gives Green Light to Investigation Into Chinese Aluminium Alloy Sheet Imports

The United States government dealt another blow to Chinese aluminium exporters on Friday when the U.S. International Trade Commission released an initial finding that imported aluminium alloy sheet do, in fact, work a material harm upon domestic producers. The finding released yesterday estimated that anti-dumping duties levied against such importers will fall in a range […]

Beijing Says U.S. Aluminium Alloy Sheet Investigation Risks Trade War

Less than a week after the announcement of an investigation into allegations of dumping by the United States government, the People’s Republic of China shot back a verbal retort, accusing the U.S. government of impeding fair trade by its actions. In a commentary piece published Monday in the state-run Xinhua News Agency, Beijing opined that […]

U.S. Commerce Department Self-Initiates Investigation Into Common Alloy Aluminium Sheet from China

The United States Department of Commerce surprised the aluminium industry Tuesday when it announced a self-initiated antidumping duty (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigation of imports of common alloy aluminum sheet imported into the country from the People’s Republic of China. The move, which is the first self-initiated investigation by the Department in over 25 […]