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Kenneth J. Nunnenkamp | Giovanna M. Cinelli

The Nuts and Bolts of the Steel and Aluminum 232 Matters

Steel Imports
On March 8, President Donald Trump announced that trade remedies would be imposed on steel and aluminum imports pursuant to Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. Section 232 allows for trade remedies when the president, acting through and on the recommendation of the Department of Commerce, finds that imports threaten the national security of the United States. Upon such a finding, the president can “adjust the imports of an article and its...
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Steve Lowery

When Pigs and Tariffs Fly

Tariff Pork Exports
China’s announcement that it would be imposing a 25 percent additional tariff on exported American pork could not have come at a worse time for the  American pork industry , coming as it does after the industry had just hit record levels in 2017, when U.S. pork exports recorded the largest year ever in volume, with sales to more than 100 countries around the world. United States pork  and pork variety meat exports totaled 5.399...
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GTC Repost

Managing Global Trade: A Look Beyond the Surface

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In association with KMPG LLC, Thomson Reuters. During the recent years, global trade regulations went from a sleepy niche to a major driver of mainstream news.  In 2016, one major world power withdrew from a historic trade pact and another ditched the European Union.  Figures in many countries used protectionist rhetoric to obtain power.  The possibility of sanctions, “trade wars” and other deployments of soft power increasingly replaced calls for military might. Get The 2017...
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