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Aluminum Association Says Exclusion Process For Section 232 Aluminium Tariffs Failing Domestic Interests

Aluminum Association Says Exclusion Process For Section 232 Aluminium Tariffs Failing Domestic Interests

A recent study of the effects of the Trump Administration’s Section 232 tariffs on aluminium and steel shows that the move has done vastly more harm than good for the domestic aluminium industry. An email penned by the senior director of public...

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Trump Administration Loosens Aluminium And Steel Quotas For Three Countries

United States President Donald Trump issued orders to relax the steel and aluminium quotas placed upon certain countries on Wednesday according to the U.S. Commerce Department. The Commerce Department’s release explained that its head, Secretary Wilbur Ross, has been granted the power to relax quotas on aluminium from Argentina and on steel from the Republic […]

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 imports of the material have been dumped on the U.S. market. The Commerce […]

No Guarantees on Extending Trump Aluminium Tariff Reprieves: Commerce Sec’y Ross

With the exception deadline looming, Trump administration officials say reprieves granted certain countries to the blanket 10-percent tariffs enacted earlier this month may not all be extended. In comments made to Bloomberg on Saturday, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross demurred when asked to specify precisely which countries would continue to enjoy their exceptions, saying that an […]