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Russian aluminum imports are hurting US market, Rio Tinto CEO warns
Rio Tinto Plc’s top executive is raising the alarm that the unfettered flow of Russian aluminum into the US is making North American producers less…
Steel prices mixed, US OCTG rates to remain high - Rystad Energy
Here is Rystad Energy’s weekly steel and OCTG note from Alistair Ramsay and Marina Bozkurt
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Record Shipping Costs Add to Auto Industry’s Supply Chain Woes
The car industry, already grappling with a shortage of semi-conductors, is now seeing another source of supply-chain concern: a lack of ships.
Readout of Secretary Raimondo’s Meeting with Philippine Secretary of Trade and Industry Alfredo Pascual
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo met with Philippine Secretary of Trade and Industry Alfredo Pascual to follow up on the first official in-person Ministerial…
Taiwan’s Exporters Struggle as Demand from China Falls
Taiwan’s exporters are feeling the pain of China’s economic weakness, with the global slowdown and escalating geopolitical tensions also taking their toll on Asian tech…
Korea Early Exports Edge Higher Amid Weakening Global Demand
South Korea’s early trade data showed exports are only just still growing in September in a sign of fallout from lockdowns in China and a…
EU Guidance Weakens the Bloc’s Sanctions on Coal, Countries Warn
A group of European Union nations pushed back against new guidance from the EU executive that they fear weakens sanctions and could allow countries to…
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Liz Truss Pessimistic on UK-US Trade Deal in the Near Future
A trade deal between the UK and the US is unlikely in the short to medium term, Liz Truss said as she touched down in…
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US’s Top Ports Face Calls to Go Green After ‘Unmitigated Growth’
After years of “unmitigated growth,” the US’s busiest port complex is facing calls to lower its carbon footprint from Southern California communities plagued by the…
USTR Announces Fiscal Year 2023 WTO Tariff-Rate Quota Allocations for Refined and Specialty Sugar
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative announced the in-quota allocations under the tariff-rate quota on imported refined and specialty sugar for Fiscal Year 2023