THE NEW YORK TIMES | JULY 13, 2019
Trump Backs Away From Barriers on Foreign Uranium
Trump has decided against putting a cap on uranium importsPresident Trump said he would not impose quotas on imports of uranium, backing away from one of many trade confrontations the administration has threatened as it tries to protect American industry.
REUTERS | JULY 13, 2019
Trump declines to set U.S. uranium production quotas
President Donald Trump declined to issue quotas for domestic uranium production late on Friday and instead ordered a 90-day governmental review, a decision praised by U.S. nuclear power generators who fear curbs on fuel imports would boost costs.
BLOOMBERG | JULY 12, 2019
Trump Finds a Trade Fight He Doesn't Like in Uranium Imports
Trump has decided against putting a cap on uranium imports.
PRESS RELEASE | JULY 13, 2019
AHUG Statement Regarding Trump Administration Uranium Quota Decision
The Ad Hoc Utilities Group (AHUG) is pleased with the decision by President Trump to take “no action” on proposed uranium quotas.
THE DAILY SIGNAL | JUNE 18, 2019
There’s No Need to Subsidize American Uranium
There is no compelling evidence that uranium imports present a threat to America’s national security interests.
PRESS RELEASE | MAY 14, 2019
Two Foreign-Owned Companies Deliberately Slowed Uranium Production for Profit and Seek to Derail U.S. Nuclear Industry for their Benefit
Two foreign-owned companies, Ur-Energy and Energy Fuels, deliberately slowed uranium production for their own financial gain contributing to lower U.S. production rates last year.
PRESS RELEASE | MAY 8, 2019
Domestic Uranium Quota Would Harm U.S. Nuclear Energy Industry and Undercut Existing Bilateral Agreement
Two small foreign companies continue to threaten President Trump’s strong support of the U.S. nuclear industry with an ill-advised push for a 25 percent domestic quota on uranium.
THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER | APRIL 15, 2019
Daily on Energy
A coalition of utilities warned Sunday that Trump could harm the economic viability of already struggling nuclear plants if he imposes quotas on imported uranium.
PRESS RELEASE | APRIL 8, 2019
Section 232 Uranium Investigation Threatens to Derail President Trump’s Support for the U.S. Nuclear Industry
The U.S. nuclear energy industry plays a vital role in the nation’s energy supply and making meaningful economic contributions, particularly in many rural communities.
PRESS RELEASE | FEBRUARY 5, 2019
Two Uranium Miners Are Misusing Dept. of Commerce Section 232 Process
Two uranium miners are misusing the Department of Commerce’s (DOC) Section 232 uranium imports investigation to increase profits.
POLITICO PRO | FEBRUARY 4, 2019
Environmentalists, allies urge Trump against uranium duties (subscription required)
“A typical single unit nuclear plant employs between 500 and 700 workers in jobs that pay, on average, 36 percent above the prevailing local wage rate,” NEI said. “To put that in perspective, the closure of one plant would lead to a loss of more jobs than in the entire U.S. uranium mining industry.”
THE WASHINGTON TIMES | DECEMBER 31, 2018
Don’t be fooled by those who argue for uranium subsidies
A dodgy trade case brought by some in the domestic uranium-mining industry currently sits before the Department of Commerce.