Negotiators are plowing ahead to try to secure a deal by May 1, which is also when temporary exemptions for U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs on imports from Canada and Mexico are due to expire, sources say.
They say duties the U.S. imposed on steel and aluminum imports raised their costs but didn’t affect finished goods made in China and sold here -- setting up a potentially damaging Catch-22.
Contingency measures in preparation for Brexit “may in the future include the transfer of the design approval for our large jet engines from the U.K. to Germany.”
The union sued in Ohio and Virginia where many Teamsters work in manufacturing and are prescribed opioids to treat on-the-job injuries.
A manufacturer of meatless meat trying to change the way people eat must first contend with negative findings its founder calls "garbage science."