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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 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 […]

Novelis Reports Negligible Impact From Trump Aluminium Tariffs

Atlanta’s rolled and recycled aluminium firm Novelis Inc. has seen few short-term negative effects of the Trump administration’s blanket tariffs on aluminium, according to company execs. However, the firm still plans to petition the government for exclusions on certain cross-border aluminium shipments. Company execs told local media in upstate New York that the biggest impact […]

India’s Complaint Over Trump Tariffs At WTO Progress To Dispute Settlement Panel

Responding to a petition earlier this year from the Indian government, the World Trade Organization (WTO) announced that it will establish a panel to determine whether the Trump aluminium and steel tariffs violate global trade norms. According to an official who spoke to Indian media, the panel will mediate the ongoing dispute between Washington and […]

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 […]

Bipartisan Trio Of U.S. Senators Call Upon GAO To Conduct Review of Section 232 Aluminium And Steel Tariff Exemption Process

A trio of United States senators added their names to an open letter to the Federal government petitioning for a formal review of the tariff exemption process carried out by the Trump administration in relation to the blanket import tariffs on aluminium and steel it enacted this spring. Senators Pat Toomey (R-Pennsylvania), Doug Jones (D-Alabama), […]