Section 232 Aluminum Tariffs – What has been their impact?

The United States domestic primary aluminum industry is expanding production, hiring workers, and increasing reinvestment. Policymakers should commit to keeping the Section 232 protections to support the U.S. domestic aluminum industry.

Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 allows the President to impose import restrictions based on an investigation and affirmative determination by the Department of Commerce that certain imports threaten to impair the national security.

Find out about the impact that these tariffs have had on the domestic primary aluminum industry here.