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Law360: US Poised To Slap New Tariffs On Chinese Plywood Imports

The U.S. Department of Commerce inched closer to imposing new tariffs on Chinese hardwood plywood late Monday, finding that the merchandise had been illegally subsidized in Beijing and sold at unfairly low prices in the United States — handing a victory to a coalition of U.S. producers that has long pressed for a crackdown on its

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Reuters: U.S. makes final finding China hardwood plywood dumped, subsidized

Eric Walsh| November 14, 2017

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Commerce Department on Monday said it had made final determinations that hardwood plywood from China was being subsidized and dumped in U.S. markets, and it set an anti-dumping duty of 183.6 percent and anti-subsidy duties ranging up to 194.9 percent. The United States imported an estimated $1.12 billion of the

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Reuters: U.S. makes final finding China hardwood plywood dumped, subsidized

Eric Walsh| November 14, 2017

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Commerce Department on Monday said it had made final determinations that hardwood plywood from China was being subsidized and dumped in U.S. markets, and it set an anti-dumping duty of 183.6 percent and anti-subsidy duties ranging up to 194.9 percent. The United States imported an estimated $1.12 billion of the

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POLITICO: ITC to hear final arguments in China plywood case today

Adam Behsudi, Doug Palmer, Megan Cassella| October 27, 2017

ITC TO HEAR FINAL ARGUMENTS IN CHINA PLYWOOD CASE TODAY: The U.S. International Trade Commission will hold a final hearing on a trade case that could end up hitting imports of Chinese hardwood plywood with combined anti-dumping and countervailing duties of more than 225 percent. A number of lawmakers are expected to provide testimony, including

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POLITICO: ITC to hear final arguments in China plywood case today

Adam Behsudi, Doug Palmer, Megan Cassella| October 27, 2017

ITC TO HEAR FINAL ARGUMENTS IN CHINA PLYWOOD CASE TODAY: The U.S. International Trade Commission will hold a final hearing on a trade case that could end up hitting imports of Chinese hardwood plywood with combined anti-dumping and countervailing duties of more than 225 percent. A number of lawmakers are expected to provide testimony, including

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Reuters: Add Hardwood to the Growing List of U.S.-China Trade Grievances

Jen Skerritt with Joe Deaux| October 27, 2017

Add hardwood plywood to the growing list of trade gripes that the U.S. has with China. U.S. senators and members of Congress are urging the International Trade Commission to rein in Chinese shipments of hardwood plywood that they say are hurting American manufacturers, two letters show. Producers in the Asian country benefit from subsidies and

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Reuters: Add Hardwood to the Growing List of U.S.-China Trade Grievances

Jen Skerritt with Joe Deaux| October 27, 2017

Add hardwood plywood to the growing list of trade gripes that the U.S. has with China. U.S. senators and members of Congress are urging the International Trade Commission to rein in Chinese shipments of hardwood plywood that they say are hurting American manufacturers, two letters show. Producers in the Asian country benefit from subsidies and

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POLITICO: Hard Times for U.S. Hardwood Plywood Producers

Adam Behsudi, Politico with help from Megan Cassella and Doug Palmer| October 27, 2017

With housing starts and remodeling projects on the rise, it should be boom times for U.S. hardwood plywood producers. Instead, companies have been forced to cut shifts and lay off workers in the face of competition from China, industry officials testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission at a hearing Thursday. “We should be making

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POLITICO: Hard Times for U.S. Hardwood Plywood Producers

Adam Behsudi, Politico with help from Megan Cassella and Doug Palmer| October 27, 2017

With housing starts and remodeling projects on the rise, it should be boom times for U.S. hardwood plywood producers. Instead, companies have been forced to cut shifts and lay off workers in the face of competition from China, industry officials testified before the U.S. International Trade Commission at a hearing Thursday. “We should be making

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POLITICO: ITC to Hear Final Arguments in China Plywood Case Today

Megan Cassella, Politico| October 25, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission will hold a final hearing on a trade case that could end up hitting imports of Chinese hardwood plywood with combined anti-dumping and countervailing duties of more than 225 percent.

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POLITICO: ITC to Hear Final Arguments in China Plywood Case Today

Megan Cassella, Politico| October 25, 2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission will hold a final hearing on a trade case that could end up hitting imports of Chinese hardwood plywood with combined anti-dumping and countervailing duties of more than 225 percent.

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China is dealing a blow to rural America, but Trump can stop it

Kip Howlett| October 20, 2017

“President Trump ran a successful presidential campaign promising to restore American exceptionalism and pride. Despite all the hard work this administration has done for American workers, more is still necessary, especially for the U.S. hardwood plywood industry, an industry decimated by unfair and illegal Chinese trade practices.” Click here to read the complete article from

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China is dealing a blow to rural America, but Trump can stop it

Kip Howlett| October 20, 2017

“President Trump ran a successful presidential campaign promising to restore American exceptionalism and pride. Despite all the hard work this administration has done for American workers, more is still necessary, especially for the U.S. hardwood plywood industry, an industry decimated by unfair and illegal Chinese trade practices.” Click here to read the complete article from

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