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.
Jan 27 2023
Press Release

AAM Statement: The United States Appeals the WTO’s Misguided Section 232 Decision

Washington, D.C. – The United States announced its appeal on Jan. 26 of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) ruling against the U.S. in a case filed to contest Section 232 tariffs on steel...
Jan 19 2023
Blog Trade

The United States is Finally Investing in Its Own Industries and the Davos Set Doesn’t Seem Happy About It

Billionaires and world leaders are gathering in Davos, Switzerland for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum. America's leaders are coming with a message.
Jan 13 2023

Dispute Panel Rules for Looser Rules of Origin for Autos under the USMCA

Importers rejoice. This rules of origin decision is misguided and needs to be fixed.
Dec 13 2022

Japan, the Netherlands to Join U.S. Chip Ban Against China

That's the scoop. So far, all three governments are keeping the news quiet.
Dec 09 2022
Blog Trade

Shein Throws a Little Bit of Money to “Help Upgrade its Supply Chain”

$15 million over three to four years, from a company valued at $100 billion.
Dec 08 2022
Blog Trade

Commerce Department Finds Four Solar Manufacturers Are Circumventing Duties. What Happens Next? 

A final determination is expected on May 1, 2023, but tariffs cannot be imposed until June 2024.
Nov 14 2022

The ITC Releases Findings of its Examination of the Effects of Trade and Trade Policy on U.S. Workers

Many affected workers see trade competition as a way to eat away at bargaining power.
Oct 31 2022
Blog Trade

How Offshoring Helped to Create the Fast Furniture Problem

A New York Times story outlines the environmental disaster created by throw-away furniture. Here's how we got here.
Oct 19 2022
Blog Trade

Big Corporations Want to Hide Trade Data Used to Trace Goods Made with Forced Labor

The Associated Press reports that an official committee of big-name businesses are quietly pushing for data on ocean freight to become confidential, making it harder to track abuse.