Tom Dobbins

Aluminium Trade Groups Call On G7 To Combat Beijing’s Subsidies

Aluminium Trade Groups Call On G7 To Combat Beijing’s Subsidies

Aluminium sector trade group Aluminum Association joined with their counterparts in Canada, Japan, and Europe to call upon the Group of Seven (G7) nations to join to level the global playing field for trade in aluminium and associated products. The aluminium trade...

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Aluminum Association Report Emphasizes Aluminium Beverage Can’s Importance To Sustainability

Last week the Aluminum Association and the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI) teamed up to release an updated report detailing the increasing advantages of utilizing aluminium cans against other types of packaging. The report, entitled The Aluminum Can Advantage: Sustainability Key Performance Indicators 2020, revealed several findings, including research showing that aluminium cans are recycled at […]

Aluminum Association Lauds USITC Decision On Dumping Of Aluminium Foil From Five Countries

The Aluminum Association applauded a move by the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) last week to unanimously determine that some aluminium foil imports from Armenia, Brazil, Oman, Russia, and Turkey are injurious to American producers of the same. The USITC’s decision opens the door for the Department of Commerce to continue with antidumping and countervailing […]

Aluminum Association Files Complaints Over Foil From Five Countries But Allegedly Originating From China

The Aluminum Association’s Foil Trade Enforcement Working Group filed a formal complaint with the Trump Administration on Tuesday over imports from five different countries that they say are simply an attempted end run around antidumping and countervailing duty measures taken over two years ago against aluminium foil producers in the People’s Republic of China. According […]

U.S. Aluminium Beverage Can Makers Urge Trump Administration Against Section 232 Tariffs On Canadian Imports

A quartet of North American aluminium beverage can trade groups sent an open letter to U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthiser last week, seeking to convince the Trump Administration that a reimposition of Section 232 aluminium tariffs on aluminium imports from Canada would be extraordinarily detrimental to their constituents and U.S. consumers generally. The letter, which […]