Right now, Congress is debating whether to approve the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) – a critical trade deal that will replace NAFTA.
And we need to make sure they do just that.
The U.S. marine industry is facing a triple threat from worldwide tariffs on steel and aluminum, anti-dumping and countervailing duties on Chinese aluminum sheet, and Section 301 tariffs on nearly 300 marine component products.
Your go-to guide to the overview of the aluminum and steel, retaliation and Chinese product tariffs.
From raw materials, to components and exports, the recreational boating industry is being hit by the current trade war on multiple fronts.
Impact of Tariffs Overview
[156.96 Kb] ONE-PAGER: Tariffs hurt American marine manufacturers.
Overview: NMMA Supports Ratification of USMCA
[254.05 Kb] The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) promotes fair and free trade between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada – the continued success of U.S. marine manufacturing depends on our critical North American partnerships.
Presentation: Trade Update Impact on the Marine Industry [July 25, 2018]
January 2018 Webinar on Aluminum Unfair Trade Practices Case
FAQ Sheet: How to Request a Section 301 Exclusion
FAQ Sheet: Tariffs and Retaliation
New NAFTA Factsheet
NMMA Mexico Tariffs Factsheet
Section 232 Tariffs At a Glance
Leave Behind Document: Chinese Common Alloy Aluminum Sheet
Letter to President Trump on Tariffs: June 7, 2018
NMMA, EBI & ICOMIA Letter to President Trump: June 26, 2018
10112018 Joint Trade Letter EBI ICOMIA NMMA
Sec 232 Auto Letter to President Final
Joint Statement from ICOMIA, EBI & NMMA
[725.15 Kb] Statement regarding additional import duties on EU exports of steel and aluminum to the United States.
USMCA Coalition Letter With 600 Signers