Tariffs on imported steel and aluminum have been in effect for more than a year. The United States has also placed tariffs on some Chinese products, with more possibly on the way.
In the upcoming weeks, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, an updated version of NAFTA, could be debated in Congress. The administration is also considering tariffs or quotas on imported automobiles and parts as it seeks to negotiate trade deals with Japan and the European Union.
Join CAIC for the "U.S. Tariffs & Trade Policy: Where are we headed?" luncheon on July 23rd at UAW Local 551 hall. We will explore what the current state of tariffs means for American manufacturing and workers.
Our guest speaker will be Scott Paul, President of the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM), a non-partisan, non-profit partnership created in 2007 by some of America's leading manufacturers and United Steelworkers union. AAM members include ArcelorMittal, United States Steel Corporation, ATI, AK Steel and Cleveland-Cliffs. To attend, register online (insert link).