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Department of Commerce Issues Final Antidumping Duty Determinations for Tin Mill Products from Multiple Trading Partners and the Final Countervailing Duty Determination for Tin Mill Products from the People’s Republic of China

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Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its findings that imports of tin mill products from Canada, China, Germany, and the Republic of Korea are being unfairly priced, i.e., dumped, into the U.S. market, and imports of tin mill products from China are also being subsidized. Commerce also finds that imports of tin mill products from the Netherlands, Taiwan, Turkey, and the United Kingdom...

Raimondo Statement on Steel and Aluminum Tariff Rate Quota Extension

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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo released the following statement after President Biden signed two Presidential Proclamations to extend the European Union’s access to U.S. tariff rate quotas (TRQs) for steel and aluminum for two additional years. “President Biden’s economic agenda is rooted in standing up for American families, workers, and businesses. The actions he’s taking today to...

Department of Commerce Hosts Ukraine Defense Industrial Base Conference

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See video of the speaker series during the event HERE This week, the Department of Commerce hosted a series of speakers and meetings as part of the first day of the Defense Industrial Base Conference to convene more than 300 U.S. and Ukrainian industry and government representatives to explore opportunities for co-production and other industrial cooperation with Ukraine. The conference is part of...

Remarks by U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo at the Ukraine Defense Industrial Base Conference

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Good morning. Welcome to the members of the Ukrainian Government, U.S. and Ukrainian industry, as well as our guests from NATO. And thank you to the National Security Council, the Departments of Defense and State, and the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council. Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine has resulted in the deaths of thousands of Ukrainian men, women, and children. The Russian military has...

Readout of Secretary Raimondo’s Meeting with Minister of Commerce of China Wang Wentao

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Following President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.’s summit on Wednesday with President Xi Jinping of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in Woodside, California, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo met yesterday with Minister of Commerce of the PRC Wang Wentao to discuss the U.S.-China bilateral commercial relationship and to follow up on developments since the Secretary’s trip in August. During the...

Joint Statement of the Japan-U.S. Economic Policy Consultative Committee

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We, Japan’s Minister for Foreign Affairs KAMIKAWA Yoko; Japan’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry NISHIMURA Yasutoshi; United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken; and United States Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, convened in San Francisco on November 14, 2023, for the second ministerial meeting of the Japan-U.S. Economic Policy Consultative Committee (EPCC). Japan and the United...

Commerce at the Forefront in Improving Nation's Cybersecurity

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Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo recently announced restrictions on exporting artificial intelligence and advanced computer chips that violate international trade rules, impose risks on our nation’s cybersecurity, and seriously threaten the stability of industrial supply chains. Imposed and enforced by Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) , these export controls are fundamental to...

Summary Readout of Deputy Secretary Don Graves’ Travel to Tokyo

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On Wednesday, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves concluded his official visit to Japan to deepen two-way commerce, trade and investment ties with a focus on critical and emerging technologies, and his leadership of the U.S. Cybersecurity Business Development Mission to East Asia, accompanied by a delegation of 15 innovative U.S. cybersecurity companies to explore commercial opportunities...

Remarks by Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves at Temple University Japan

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Thank you, Dean, for that kind introduction. Good morning, everyone! Ohayou Gozaimasu I am honored to be here at Temple University Japan – the first campus of an American university in Japan. This campus and the thousands of students who have passed through here are a testament to the kind of U.S.-Japan partnership between the United States and Japan that is as important today as it was four...

Readout of Deputy Secretary Don Graves’ Meeting with Minister for Trade, Industry and Energy of the Republic of Korea Bang Moon-kyu

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In Seoul, Deputy Secretary of Commerce Don Graves met with Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy of the Republic of Korea Bang Moon-kyu. Deputy Secretary Graves congratulated Minister Bang on his recent appointment and reaffirmed the Commerce Department’s commitment to deepening commercial, trade, and investment linkages between the United States and Korea in critical and emerging technologies...