Commerce Dept. says China dumping artificially cheap plywood on U.S. market

The U.S. Department of Commerce says Chinese companies are dumping hardwood and decorative plywood in the U.S. market at artificially low rates.

May 17, 2013

The U.S. Department of Commerce says Chinese companies are dumping hardwood and decorative plywood in the U.S. market at artificially low rates. As a result, the vast majority of imports of the product will be subject to a cash deposit requirement for estimated anti-dumping duties of 63.96 percent as a condition for entering products in the U.S. market. Based on the Department’s preliminary finding, imports from all but two Chinese producers are now subject to the cash deposit requirement for estimated anti-dumping duties.

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