.@realDonaldTrump's "strong trade actions" and #tariffs are helping to restart idled manufacturing in Alabama. apnews.com/05b90ea409da42…

According to a @WhiteHouse fact sheet, #tariffs on foreign #aluminum and #steel are bringing back thousands of U.S. jobs and revitalizing the manufacturing industry. whitehouse.gov/briefings-stat…

Section 232 #tariffs benefit both American #aluminum and #steel industries, creating new opportunities for investment in plants. cnbc.com/2019/01/29/nuc…

Tariffs also benefit America's #aluminum industry. Aluminum #tariffs have led to a strong recovery in employment, production, and investment in primary aluminum and other downstream industries, according to @EconomicPolicy. epi.org/publication/al… twitter.com/realDonaldTrum…

Manufacturing industries are doing well as a result of the #tariff policy, says @ScottPaulAAM. According to a new @EconomicPolicy study, #tariffs have led to three #aluminum smelter restarts and expanded capacity. thenewamerican.com/economy/market…

.@InsideAluminium reports that state-subsidized #aluminum imports are crippling U.S. producers, according to a new @OECD report. aluminiuminsider.com/state-subsidiz…

.@OECD report finds that excess global #aluminum capacity is a "genuine concern" for American producers. spglobal.com/platts/en/mark…

Politico reports on APAA's white paper noting that 'global overcapacity isn't just a product of China's industrial policies but is spread among Australia, Brazil, Canada, the GCC countries, India and Norway.' The paper is based on the recent @OECD report: politico.com/morningtrade/

Read the APAA's latest white paper building upon a report released by the @OECD confirming that foreign government subsidies have a negative effect on U.S. #aluminum producers. aluminumnow.org/oecd-report-co…