United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement

Removal Of Section 232 Tariffs On Canada’s Aluminium And Steel To Occur In “Next Few Weeks”: Ambassador MacNaughton

Removal Of Section 232 Tariffs On Canada’s Aluminium And Steel To Occur In “Next Few Weeks”: Ambassador MacNaughton

Canadian ambassador to the United States David MacNaughton continues to say an end to the Section 232 import tariffs on the dominion’s aluminium and steel will come to an end “in the next few weeks” in a repetition of similar comments made...

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Trump And Trudeau Talk Tiptoes Through Tariff Tensions

Though the subject of the Trump administration’s blanket tariffs on aluminium and steel were a subject of discussion between the two men, insiders say United States President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not reach an agreement to hold formal talks between the two governments on the matter. Meanwhile, on the record […]

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 […]

End To Aluminium Quotas Key To Industrial Growth: Aluminum Association CEO Brock

In comments made by Aluminum Association President & CEO Heidi Brock to the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) yesterday, Brock stressed the need for exemptions from aluminium quotas for both Canada and Mexico to be included in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) currently under negotiation. During the hearing, entitled United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement: Likely Impact on the […]