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Aluminum Association Calls On Trump Administration To Continue Section 232 Exemptions For Mexico And Canada

Aluminum Association Calls On Trump Administration To Continue Section 232 Exemptions For Mexico And Canada

The Aluminum Association published an open letter to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthiser on Thursday seeking to convince the Trump Administration to continue excepting North American producers from Section 232 aluminium tariffs. The letter, which was signed by more than a dozen...

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Incoming Mexican President Obrador To Impose Mirrored Tariffs On Aluminium And Steel Should Section 232 Tariffs Persist

Per a senior official with the Mexican steel trade group Canacero, the incoming Mexican government will not hesitate to impose retaliatory tariffs on imported United States aluminium and steel should a suitable compromise not be reached in the near future. In comments made at the sidelines of the Institute for Industrial Development and Economic Growth […]

While Defending Trump Aluminium Tariffs, Washington Initiates Quintet Of Complaints To Retaliatory Tariffs At WTO

The fallout from the Trump administration’s blanket tariffs on steel and aluminium continued on Monday with the United States government’s filing of a slew of World Trade Organization dispute actions against governments who have levied retaliatory tariffs against American exports. United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said in a statement on Monday that Washington, D.C. […]

Trump Grants Canada and Mexico Temporary Reprieve from Blanket Aluminium Tariffs

Despite a week of withering criticism from overseas aluminium interests and a vast swath of his own party’s membership, United States President Donald Trump executed the documents placing into effect a blanket 10-percent tariff upon all imports of aluminium entering the country. The tariffs, which will commence on March 23, will apply to all countries […]