President Trump to Impose Steel Tariffs

March 6, 2018 - On Thursday, March 1, President Trump announced his intention to impose a 25% tariff on imported steel from all countries. The formal imposition is expected to take effect this week. The announcement follows the U.S. Department of Commerce’ February 16 finding that steel imports threaten U.S. national security. This finding, under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, required the President to make a decision, one way or the other, on steel import tariffs by April 11, 2018.

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Buy America Steel Products Association - Year One

Buy America Steel Products Association was started to be a resource for federal and state officials who enforce Buy America rules for road construction projects. It was also started to be a resource for road construction contractors looking for Buy America-compliant steel products. Our online directory makes it easy to find made-in- America steel products.

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BarSplice Products, Inc. joins Buy America Steel Products Association

BarSplice Products is a manufacturer of mechanical splices for the reinforced concrete industry. Their engineered splices meet the technical requirements of building codes such as American Concrete Institute (ACI) 318 Type 1 and Type 2 strength applications and Departments of Transportation. By means of market leadership, sales expertise and worldwide distribution, BarSplice consistently provides customer-focused solutions that provide the highest quality results and cost-effective installations.

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Update on U.S. Commerce Department Steel Imports Investigation

June 6, 2017 - Everyone in the steel industry is aware of accusations that foreign countries sell steel into the U.S. at prices below the cost of production (dumping). In April, President Trump signed a Presidential Memorandum directing the Secretary of Commerce to investigate whether steel imports threaten our national security. If the President finds that they do, the law allows him to take steps to protect our domestic steel industry.

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