Steel and Aluminum Provisions in the USMCA
Webinar: 0.5 CCS Credit
The recently approved U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement includes significant changes to trade rules regarding steel and steel products, as well as some new rules regarding aluminum. A great deal of attention has been given to the new requirements for North American steel and aluminum in automobiles, but the agreement also mandates substantial changes on diverse steel and steel-containing products, including iron and steel structures, stranded wire, welded tubes, nails, electrical transformers and railway components.
This 45-minute webinar will provide an overview of the most substantial changes in this sector, which affect not only direct steel and aluminum producers but also down-the-line producers of steel and aluminum containing goods.
- Rules of origin changes in steel, aluminum and major products containing steel and aluminum
- Estimated impact to the North American steel industry
- Overview of other USMCA changes that may impact steel and aluminum trade
- Implementation timeline and what is ahead
DAVID OLAVE is an Associate and Trade Policy Advisor for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. He employs a unique blend of experience in trade negotiations, legislative procedures, lobbying and civil society outreach to advise clients on the potential impact of trade-related legislation and to work with the U.S. government to address clients’ needs.