Posts Tagged ‘ U.S. International Trade Commission ’

US Escalates Trade War with China Over Subsidized Imports

May 15th, 2024

The United States will impose new tariffs on Chinese imports to mitigate the flood of artificially low-cost products dumped onto global markets. President Joe Biden announced Tuesday that the move targets various materials, including aluminum, steel and solar products. U.S. and European Union officials fear China is attempting to tackle a subsidy-fueled overcapacity problem in […]

Aluminum Extruders File Petition With Commerce in ‘Fight for Our Very Existence’

Oct 5th, 2023

The Aluminum Extruders Coalition (AEC) and United Steelworkers (USW) filed a trade case this week with the U.S. Department of Commerce (Commerce) and the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC), in what AEC officials are calling “a fight for [its] very existence.” The case includes allegations of illegal and unfair dumping against 15 countries. By using […]

Department of Commerce Finds Chinese Aluminum Extrusion Imports are Being Subsidized Significantly

Sep 14th, 2010

Earlier this year the U.S. Aluminum Extrusion Fair Trade Committee, a coalition of U.S. extruders, filed a petition with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) for redress from alleged unfair trade practices involving aluminum extrusions imported from China. Now, in a positive step forward for the U.S. aluminum […]