ITC Rules on Chinese Subsidized Plywood on ADD/CVD
Tariffs Raised By 200 Percent On Some Imports
After failing to get tariffs in place for Chinese plywood twice before, the newest ruling by the International Trade Commission (ITC) is that the domestic industry is materially injured, or threatened with material injury, by reason of these dumped and subsidized imports.
Read the full article here by The Woodworking Network, dated December 1, 2017.
Visit ITC’s website here to see the current and completed anti-dumping or countervailing (ADD/CVD) investigations.
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