Mar 22 2023
Blog Trade

Imports Subject to the UFLPA are Down, Suggesting the Law is Working as Intended

Forced labor in Xinjiang will be a topic of the next House China Committee hearing, coming up Thursday evening.
Mar 18 2023
Blog Trade

A New Report Looks Inside Chinese Industrial Policy

A Force Distance Times paper describes the fascinating "little giants," "single champions" programs.
Mar 16 2023
Press Release

AAM Statement: ITC Tariff Report Shows Benefits of Trade Action 

Washington, D.C. – The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) released a report Wednesday on the economic impact of Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and...
Mar 14 2023

U.S., EU Make Nice Over Clean Energy Industrial Policy

But some in Europe are super leery of pulling back from their trade relationship with China.
Mar 08 2023
Press Release

AAM Statement: U.S. Trade Deficit Widens

Washington, D.C. – The United States goods and services trade deficit rose to $68.3 billion in January, increasing $1.1 billion from December’s deficit of $67.2 billion, the U.S. Census...
Mar 03 2023
Blog Trade

Biden Administration Lays Out Trade Priorities for 2023

A new U.S. Trade Representative report says the administration is "placing workers and everyday people at the center of our trade policy."
Feb 24 2023
Blog Trade

U.S. Rightly Takes Trade Action on Russian Imports

On the one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, President Biden announced his administration is placing tariffs on a number of metals products from Russia.
Feb 17 2023
Blog Trade

This U.S. Senator Hasn’t Forgotten About the Automotive Supply Chains Stretching to Xinjiang

Ron Wyden (D-OR) is angry that auto inputs are still rife with credible forced labor accusations.
Feb 16 2023
Blog Trade

Kentucky Steelworker to the Senate Finance Committee: “Level the Playing Field”

Andy Meserves' aluminum smelter has been idled, in part, by wild price swings in the international metals market caused by China.
Jan 27 2023
Blog Trade

The U.S. Appeals a WTO Decision Against its National Security Tariffs

"The United States will not cede decision-making over its essential security to WTO panels," says the Biden administration's ambassador.