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American Steel Institute expects aggressive policy from new US Trade Representative

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By electing Catherine Tai, Senior Trade Lawyer on the House Ways and Means Committee, Biden's team signals an intention to return to a more multilateral trade approach to advance US trade interests and counter growing economic competition from China. </p >

American Steel Institute expects aggressive policy from new US Trade Representative

The American Iron and Steel Institute, AISI, expects Joe Biden's appointed US Trade Representative Catherine Ty to "aggressively enforce international trade and address the challenges facing the American steel industry." This is stated in the published AISI comments .

“The American Iron and Steel Institute welcomes the appointment of President-elect Catherine Tai as US Trade Representative. She is highly qualified for this position, having previously worked with the United States Trade Representative's Office (USTR) and Capitol Hill with honors. Her extensive work on the USMCA and China is important to the steel industry, and we have always found Catherine ready to listen to industry concerns on issues that are critical to manufacturers. We look forward to working with Catherine and members of the new administration to ensure aggressive trade law enforcement and address the international trade challenges facing the US steel industry, ”AISI said in a comment.

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