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QUEBEC GOVERNMENT TO PRESS THE USA TO GIVE SMELTERS FROM THE PROVINCE AN EXEMPTION TO NEW ALUMINIUM DUTIES

THE QUÉBEC government has said it will push the American government to exempt its aluminium industry from the duties that it announced last Thursday would be levied on Canadian exports of the metal. Québec smelters make the vast majority of aluminium exported from Canada – much of it destined for the USA.…

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QUÉBEC GOVERNMENT WILL HELP CANADIAN ALUMINIUM SECTOR PRESERVE JOBS FOLLOWING US TARIFFS

THE DEPUTY Premier of Québec this morning committed her government to helping the Canadian province’s aluminium sector preserve its current level of employment in the face of the American tariffs that have hit the industry since last Thursday.

Speaking at an international aluminium summit in Montreal, Canada, Dominique Anglade said: “If there’s a risk of a reduction in production and not being able to export as much, we will be here to support the companies to make sure they maintain the jobs in the sector.”…

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EU MOVES AHEAD WITH RETALIATORY DUTIES ON US CLOTHING EXPORTS AFTER TRUMP LEVIES METAL TARIFFS

THE EUROPEAN Union (EU) has moved ahead with its plans to impose temporary safeguard duties on imports into the EU of USA-made knitwear, as a reaction to the levying of American import duties on aluminium and steel imports.

The EU executive, the European Commission, has published a regulation that should see some of the duties in force by July, after they have been approved by the EU trade barriers committee.…

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TRADE EXPERTS APPEAL FOR GLOBAL DEAL ON STATE COMPANY TRADING TO FIGHT ALUMINIUM OVERCAPACITY

A GLOBAL meeting of senior aluminium executives worldwide has heard calls for a multilateral solution for the problem of overcapacity. The goal would be integrating China and its state-owned enterprises into the world trading system in a way that is acceptable to major market economy regulators.…

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CANADA TRADE MINISTER ATTACKS TRUMP DUTIES - SAYS OTTAWA WILL RESIST TARIFFS

CANADA’S minister of international trade today told world aluminium sector leaders how the deplored the imposition of duties by the USA of Canadian exports of the metal, branding it “deeply troubling and unacceptable.” Arguing that the action would “do nothing to address the problem of global over-capacity”, François-Philippe Champagne said the tariffs would harm American and Canadian producers whose integrated aluminium industries “don’t sell to each other, they make things together.”…

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US PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT INDUSTRY FACES TOUGH TARIFFS IN EUROPE AND CANADA FOLLOWING TRUMP DUTIES

THE USA personal care product industry is under fire, with the European Union (EU) and Canada and Mexico announcing plans to impose protective duties on American exports following the decision by the Trump administration to levy tariffs on streel and aluminium exports on these key trading partners.…

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US PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT INDUSTRY FACES TOUGH TARIFFS IN EUROPE AND CANADA FOLLOWING TRUMP DUTIES

THE USA personal care product industry is under fire, with the European Union (EU) and Canada and Mexico announcing plans to impose protective duties on American exports following the decision by the Trump administration to levy tariffs on streel and aluminium exports on these key trading partners.…

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INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – TRUMP METAL DUTIES SPARK RETALIATORY CONFECTIONARY TARIFFS

THE AMERICAN confectionery sector is facing tough tariffs in its key export market of Canada after the US government decided to impose punitive duties on Canadian exports of steel and aluminium.

Ottawa announced its own retaliatory duties, which it intends to impose from July 1, having consulted on a shortlist of products, including potential 10% duties on US-made maple sugar and syrup, liquorice, toffee, chocolate, sugar confectionery, strawberry jam, nut purées and pastes.…

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USA AND CANADIAN AUTO SECTOR TO SIZE UP IMPACT OF METAL DUTIES, WHILE NAFTA PROSPECTS LOOK GLOOMY

THE AMERICAN and Canadian automotive industries will be counting the cost of new tariffs being imposed on steel and aluminum traded between their countries, following the decision yesterday by the Trump administration to start collecting 25% on Canadian steel and 10% on aluminum.…

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EU MOVES AHEAD WITH RETALIATORY DUTIES ON US TEXTILE EXPORTS AFTER TRUMP LEVIES METAL TARIFFS

THE EUROPEAN Union (EU) has moved ahead with its plans to impose temporary safeguard duties on imports into the EU of USA-made textiles and clothing, as a reaction to the levying of American import duties on aluminium and steel imports, announced on Thursday (May 31).…

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