US to re-impose tariffs on Canadian aluminum imports

MINING.COM | The Trump administration is set to re-impose tariffs on aluminum imports from Canada next week, a move that is likely to cause a political uproar with an economic fallout for the maple leaf country.


If Canada declines to impose export restrictions, Bloomberg reported, the United States will re-instate a 10%-tariff on aluminum from Canada.


It would happen on July 1, which is when a long-negotiated new trade agreement among the US, Mexico and Canada (USMCA) is also set to take effect.


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