Term: Trade | The Aluminum Association

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

U.S. Aluminum Industry Files Unfair Trade Cases Against Imports of Common Alloy Aluminum Sheet from 18 Countries

The Aluminum Association’s Common Alloy Aluminum Sheet Trade Enforcement Working Group today filed antidumping and countervailing duty petitions charging that unfairly traded imports of common alloy aluminum sheet from 18 countries are causing material injury to the domestic industry. These cases were filed just 13 months after the U.S. Department of Commerce published antidumping and countervailing duty orders on common alloy sheet from China. 

The Aluminum Association Commends European Union Antidumping Investigation of Chinese Extrusions

The Aluminum Association released the following statement by Lauren Wilk, vice president for policy and international trade, in response to the launch of a European Commission antidumping investigation into aluminum extrusions coming from China.

Aluminum Association Applauds Phase One China Trade Deal; Calls for Addressing Structural Subsidies in Phase Two

The Aluminum Association released the following statement from Lauren Wilk, the Aluminum Association’s vice president for policy, in response the recently signed “phase one” trade agreement between the United States and China:

Enforcement Resources

The effective enforcement of unfair trade orders depends on close collaboration between the Departments of Homeland Security and Commerce to identify and investigate patterns of noncompliance, to work cooperatively to advance enforcement cases, as well as on partnerships between the agencies and private sector stakeholders who are critical to identifying unfair trading practices. 

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