Tag Archives: global tariffs on steel and aluminum imports

NMMA opposes tariffs on multiple fronts

The National Marine Manufacturers Association has voiced its opposition and supported the efforts of like-minded members of Congress in three key ways in recent weeks. NMMA’s government relations team distributed statements of opposition jointly endorsed with International Council of Marine Industry Association and the European Boating Industry, highlighted the marine industry during Congressional hearings with the Trump Adminstration, and held ...

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U.S. Commerce Department provides aluminum tariff update

Earlier this month, President Donald Trump exercised his authority under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 to impose a 10 percent worldwide tariff on aluminum. As part of the announcement, the Trump Administration has provided for an exemption process of certain types of aluminum “not to be produced in the United States in a sufficient and reasonably ...

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NMMA working with Congress to build case against global tariffs

The National Marine Manufacturers Association worked with several members of Congress, including several key boating advocates, on a letter issued to President Donald Trump yesterday, urging him not to impose global tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. The letter follows Trump’s announcement last week to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, a tariff that is separate from the U.S. ...

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