On August 7, according to foreign media reports, U.S. President trump said on the 6th local time that he had signed an announcement to resume imposing 10% tariff on some aluminum products imported from Canada. Trump said in a speech at the whirlpool plant in Ohio on June 6 that he signed a statement earlier in the day announcing that the United States would resume imposing 10% tariff on some aluminum products imported from Canada. “Canada used us as usual, I signed it and added. Because Canada is phasing out the aluminum business. It’s very unfair. ” < / P > < p > he added: “a few months ago, my government agreed to eliminate these tariffs in exchange for the Canadian government’s commitment that its aluminum industry would not export large quantities of products to our country, and they are doing so and killing jobs in the U.S. aluminum industry.” The trump administration has previously agreed to cancel tariffs in May 2019, paving the way for the US Canada Mexico trade agreement. The agreement will enter into force on July 1, 2020 after negotiation and ratification. The agreement fulfilled Trump’s campaign promise to replace NAFTA.