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Aluminum Association: Continued Industry Growth Depends on Tariff, Quota Free North America

Association’s Brock Calls for Section 232 Exemptions During Hearing on USMCA

During testimony at the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) today, Aluminum Association President & CEO Heidi Brock highlighted the urgent need for full, quota-free tariff exemptions for Canada and Mexico as part of the newly-renegotiated U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The comments were made as part of the USITC’s hearing, United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement: Likely Impact on the U.S. Economy and Specific Industry Sectors.

Aluminum Association Calls on Trump Administration to Address Aluminum Overcapacity in Talks with China

In a letter to Treasury Department Under Secretary David Malpass, the Aluminum Association called on the Trump administration to address China’s structural aluminum overcapacity when meeting with Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen this week. 

Aluminum Association Encouraged by U.S./EU Joint Commitment on Aluminum Tariffs

The Aluminum Association responded today to the joint U.S. – EU commitment to “resolve the steel and aluminum tariff issues and retaliatory tariffs.”

Aluminum Association Applauds Preliminary Antidumping Determination in Chinese Aluminum Sheet Investigation

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.

Aluminum Association Disappointed in Administration Decision to Place Tariffs on Vital Trading Partners

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.

Aluminum Association Responds to Section 232 Aluminum Tariff Exemption Extension

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. 

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