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U.S. Commerce Department Levies Preliminary Antidumping Duties of 167.16 Percent on Imported Chinese Aluminium Alloy Sheet

U.S. Commerce Department Levies Preliminary Antidumping Duties of 167.16 Percent on Imported Chinese Aluminium Alloy Sheet

The United States Department of Commerce announced on Monday that it has tasked Customs and Border Protection with collecting estimated antidumping duties on a common aluminium alloy sheet from producers from the People’s Republic of China after the Department preliminarily determined that...

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USITC Votes Unanimously In Favor of Duties on Imported Chinese Aluminium Foil

The United States government fired another shot across the bow of the People’s Republic of China’s ship of state on Thursday when the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) voted unanimously in the affirmative for the proposition that imports of Chinese aluminium foil inflicted material harm upon the U.S. aluminium industry. The vote, which is […]

Trump’s Blanket Aluminium Tariffs a “Missed Opportunity”: Aluminum Association

One of North America’s biggest aluminium trade groups stated in an open letter earlier this week that U.S. President Donald Trump’s blanket aluminium tariffs constitutes a missed opportunity in the job of shoring up the country’s domestic aluminium sector. The Aluminum Association released the letter earlier this week, which was penned by the Association’s President […]

Trump’s Ten-Percent Aluminium Tariffs Counter Counsel from Industry Trade Groups

United States President Donald Trump’s announcement earlier this week that his administration’s response to the findings of the Commerce Department’s Section 232 investigation will be a 10-percent tariff on the entirety of aluminium imported into the country, though scarcely unexpected, ran entirely counter to the counsel given him by several of the country’s major aluminium […]