Term: Trade | The Aluminum Association

Aluminum Association Statement on Section 232 Tariff Removal on Canadian P1020

Aluminum Association president & CEO Tom Dobbins issued the following statement in response to today’s announcement by the Office of the U.S. Trade  Representative (USTR) removing recently reimplemented tariffs on imports of unwrought, or P1020, aluminum from Canada into the United States.

The Aluminum Association Supports EU Effort to Stop Unfair Trade of Chinese Flat-Rolled Aluminum

The Aluminum Association released the following statement by Tom Dobbins, president & CEO, in response to the European Commission launching an antidumping investigation into certain flat-rolled aluminum products from China. This follows the European Commission’s initiation of a similar case earlier this year investigating the possible dumping of aluminum extrusions. 
 

USMCA is a Win for North American Aluminum Industry

Today, Aluminum Association President & CEO Tom Dobbins issued the following statement in response to the implementation of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA):

The Great Canadian Aluminum Distraction

North American Section 232 Tariff Exemption Vital for U.S. Aluminum Firms and Workers

Aluminum Import Monitoring System Necessary But Critical Program Reforms Needed

The Aluminum Association today released public comments offering a number of recommendations to make the Commerce Department’s proposed “Aluminum Import Monitoring and Analysis” (AIM) system a valuable tool for the full value chain of the U.S. aluminum industry.

Section 232 Tariff Exclusion Process Hurting Essential U.S. Aluminum Workers

Commerce Department Must Reform System Encouraging Further Increases in Foreign, Flat-Rolled Aluminum Imports

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