Steel and aluminum are big business.
The two industries together make up more than half of the $1.5 trillion in annual U.S. exports of aluminum.
The steel industry in particular, the largest producer of both aluminum and steel, accounts for about two-thirds of the total U.M. exports.
And while aluminum prices have fallen in recent years, they are still a huge part of the economy.
This year, steel and aluminum companies are expected to sell more than $400 billion worth of aluminum, according to the Aluminum Institute of America.
That’s up $1 trillion from last year, when the industry saw a $500 billion loss.
But the two industries are hardly the only ones with a big impact on U.s. economic recovery.
The aluminum industry also contributes to U.m. exports and is the only one that can export steel, according a recent report by the U.N. Development Program.
That means that U. m. exports to aluminum have increased by an average of about 5.2 percent annually over the past 20 years.
And that growth has slowed in recent months, according the report.
The U.n. report found that aluminum exports have grown by just over 2 percent annually since 2011.
And in 2017, aluminum accounted for nearly half of U. s aluminum exports, up from a bit more than one-third in 2014.
What’s the big deal?
The aluminum boom has had many benefits.
Aluminum prices have been declining for years.
That may explain why aluminum has been a hot commodity for many years now.
It’s cheap to make.
But in recent decades, aluminum prices started to spike, and then declined again.
That resulted in the metal’s current decline.
But as the metal began to recover, it started to rise again.
So in 2017 and 2018, aluminum has continued to rise, according