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Wary of China's Aluminum Dealings, Trump Team Now Fighting for US Aluminum

BY JOE INNACE, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR – 04/27/17 05:20 PM EDT

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Steel last week. Aluminum this week. President Trump sure is showing plenty of affection for U.S.-made industrial metals. 845 more words

'Buy American' Order Draws Mixed Reviews from Contractors

Combined with a crackdown on unmerited high-level work visas and unfair trade practices, the order taps procurement specialists to propose contracting reforms to be assembled over 220 days by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to create a “more muscular” Buy American policy, as a senior administration official told reporters Monday. 14 more words

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Free and Fair Trade for American Workers and Businesses

APRIL 13, 2017 AT 4:00 PM ET BY SECRETARY OF COMMERCE WILBUR ROSS

The United States is the least protectionist country in the world but has the largest trade deficit, while other countries are highly protectionist and have huge trade surpluses.
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LGBT Excluded from 2020 Census

This should come as no great surprise. If it’s not outright denial we exist, it’s more subtle forms like this. No acknowledgement means no true number of how many gays, lesbians, bisexuals and especially transgender people there are in the country so they don’t have to set aside any specific amount of money for something like, say,  119 more words

Everyday Life

Stop Garnishment and Bank Levy against Wages or Assets

New regulations are putting full responsibility of how consumers prioritize and manage their Assets Management. The Treasury and Commerce Departments deals directly with IRS to avoid the burden and issues surrounding Taxes by providing accredited Payment Systems to Businesses. 534 more words

Business

Error Lowers Some OTR Tire Tariffs

The Department of Commerce (DOC) has slightly decreased the tariff charged on off-the-road tires from India.

ATC Tires Pvt. Ltd., a part of Alliance Tire Group, alleged that the DOC made two miscalculations in its final determinations in January. 287 more words