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Quotas Could Replace Tariffs On Canada And Mexico

It looks like the United States could agree to replace Section 232 tariffs on Canada and Mexico with quotas, by the end of November. In a Fastmarkets AMM interview, at the World Steel Association annual conference, Thomas J Gibson said, “That’s being discussed at high levels by the governments right now.” Gibson is the president […]Read More

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Domestic Mills Increase Prices

ArcelorMittal and USS-Posco Industries, along with other domestic mills have increased flat-rolled steel prices. The increases were placed on hot-rolled, cold-rolled and coated flat-rolled steel. Major US flat-rolled steel suppliers also announced increases. Nucor, U.S. Steel and California Steel Industries were among those to raise prices. It is yet to be seen whether these prices […]Read More

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Tariffs Remain For Canada And Mexico

US, Canada and Mexico reached  trilateral agreement on September 30, replacing the previous North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). United States steel and aluminum tariffs remain for Canada and Mexico. The new agreement, called United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), “will give our workers, farmers, ranchers and businesses a high-standard trade agreement that will result in freer […]Read More

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October 2018 Newsletter

October 2018 Newsletter This month’s Ace Steel Supply Metal Mania newsletter is packed with news and interesting articles. Adam offers metals market news, Barbara has news from our pet charity, Chances Dog Rescue, and Kara has travel tips. Our goal is to keep you informed and entertained. Click this link to learn how to receive […]Read More

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Andrew Carnegie – Steel Tycoon Part II

Andrew Carnegie was fortunate to have met and worked for Thomas Alexander Scott. Scott was a business magnate and railroad executive. He was president of the Pennsylvania Railroad from 1874 to 1880. At the time,  the Pennsylvania Railroad was the largest publicly traded corporation in the world. In 1861, Scott was appointed to U.S. Assistant […]Read More