Industry Comments to the Bureau of Industry and Security on its Requirements for Submissions Requesting Exclusions From the Remedies Instituted in Presidential Proclamations Adjusting Imports of Steel and Aluminum Into the United States

Industry Comments to the Bureau of Industry and Security on its Requirements for Submissions Requesting Exclusions From the Remedies Instituted in Presidential Proclamations Adjusting Imports of Steel and Aluminum Into the United States

We strongly urge the Department of Commerce to finalize its Rule as soon as possible to minimize disruptions to business and to American job creation, and to realize the Administration’s goal of achieving “energy dominance,” which necessarily relies on complex interwoven global supply chains of specialty steel and other products. Impediments to developing, transporting, refining and distributing domestic oil and gas resources could reduce supplies of critical fuels used by consumers, the U.S. military, and manufacturers, which could have the unintended consequence of negatively affecting the national security upon which these tariffs are premised.

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