Senators call Trump trade policies haphazard, harmfulSept. 5
Senators, including many Republicans, openly expressed skepticism about President Trump's trade policies, saying cascading tariff actions are so scattershot, tactical and unilateral that they are hurting American workers without forcing countries with unfair trade practices to change behavior.
Canada, Mexico: We are not your enemiesAug. 1
Topre rides ultra-high-strength steel waveAug. 1
Japan aluminum industry worried about U.S. auto import tariffsJuly 25
Japan's aluminum industry is more concerned over possible U.S. import tariffs on automobiles that could impact a wider range of the country's industries than the U.S. duties already imposed on the light metal, the head of a trade association said
Lawsuit challenges Trump's authority on steel, auto tariffsJuly 3
A trade association argues that Section 232 of the 1962 Trade Expansion Act is unconstitutional because it allows the president unlimited ability to restrict trade on national security grounds and Congress can't delegate away all its powers without some guidance on how to act.
Trump trade war looms over Quebec town supplying metal to auto industryJuly 2
U.S. manufacturers, steel makers battle over tariff reliefJune 28
Trump trade chief vows to protect U.S. interests against EU tariffsJune 27
Commerce secretary faces heat from GOP senators over auto, steel tariffsJune 20
Germany defends automakers as national interest in swipe at TrumpJune 13
Chancellor Angela Merkel's government vowed to stand up for the German auto industry, sending a veiled signal to U.S. President Donald Trump to back off threats to levy tariffs on imported cars and auto parts.
Metal tariffs leave industry caught in red tapeJune 11
After losing the fight to forestall U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, the auto industry has another fight on its hands: navigating the process to win exemptions for certain specialty products that are critical to the supply chain.
U.S. allies hit back at Washington's steel, aluminium tariffsJune 1
Canada and Mexico retaliated with levies on billions of dollars of United States goods from orange juice to pork and the European Union was set to tax bourbon whiskey and Harley motorcycles after Washington imposed metals tariffs.