Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its preliminary determination that imports of common alloy aluminum sheet from China are being sold at less than fair value (or “dumped”) in the United States.
The national aluminum associations’ leaders from Canada, the United States, Europe and Japan today held a meeting with industry executives and government representatives from the G7 member countries to discuss a roadmap for governmental multilateral action on global aluminum overcapacity.
Heidi Brock, president & CEO of the Aluminum Association, issued the following statement today in response to the administration’s decision to end Section 232 aluminum tariff exemptions for Canada, the European Union and Mexico.
The Aluminum Association views the decision to extend the tariff exemption deadline for our vital trading partners beyond May 1st as a positive first step. But clearly more must be done to provide certainty to the market.
The Aluminum Association sent a letter to President Trump today calling for permanent, quota-free exemptions from the administration’s Section 232 tariffs on aluminum imports for all responsible trading partner countries
Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its preliminary determination that imports of common alloy aluminum sheet from China are benefiting from unfair government subsidies in connection with the agency’s on-going countervailing duty investigation
A new study released today shows that direct jobs in the U.S. aluminum industry grew by 3.5 percent between 2013 and today to more than 162,000 workers amid record metal demand but continued global trade challenges.