We’ve seen a lot of numbers being thrown around over the past year when it comes to trade actions and enforcement.
From the steel industry’s Section 337, to a Section 201 being thrown down, right up to the 332 investigation about to get underway, there are a lot of digits but sometimes a bit less clarity on what it all means.
We thought we’d share a tiny primer on the 332 investigation of the U.S. aluminum industry’s competitiveness about to get underway before the International Trade Commission.
Here’s a quick rundown, courtesy of the Aluminum Association:
The Aluminum Association’s VP of Policy, Charles Johnson, shared some more details with us on how exactly the 332 investigation came about in a recent interview:
A number of AA’s member companies, including AA President Heidi Brock, are planning to testify before the ITC this Thursday morning.
A Special MetalMiner Project: Learn why China getting market economy status may just be the biggest trade issue of our time – and how it impacts the U.S. aluminum industry – in “China vs. the World.“