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Hardwood Plywood from China: AD/CVD Investigation Update

Recent Webinar:

IWPA-Mowry & Grimson Webinar: EAPA the Heat is On

On July 10,2018, attorney Jeff Grimson of IWPA associate member Mowry & Grimson participated in a webinar for IWPA members about increased enforcement of the Enforce and Protect Act of 2015 (EAPA). Under EAPA, CBP has the power to investigate allegations of evasion of AD/CVD orders, often including foreign factory visits. Such evasion can include transshipment of products subject to AD/CVD orders through third countries, misrepresentation of foreign supplier names, and failure to properly identify imported goods as subject to AD/CVD orders. Critically, evasion findings can be retroactive to a date before a target even becomes aware of the existence of an investigation because there is no public announcement of initiation. A recording of the webinar is available here.

 

Resources for the 2017 Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Orders Impacting Certain Hardwood Plywood Imports from China

The specific scope of the orders is addressed in detail in the documents linked to above. U.S. Customs and Border Protection is able to make binding determinations with respect to scope, but IWPA would recommend that importers only begin this process after consulting with a trade attorney.

China Plywood AD/CVD Case Updates:


December 1, 2017: U.S. ITC Unanimously Voted for Petitioners in Chinese Plywood AD/CVD Case

 
The International Wood Products Association (IWPA) is disappointed to report that the U.S. International Trade Commission voted 4-0 in favor of the Petitioners in the Chinese Plywood antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) case.


With this result, the U.S. Department of Commerce will issue AD/CVD orders on imports of hardwood plywood from China, in concordance with the rates released in the final determination last month. The Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration previously posted a Fact Sheet on the determination.


Greg Simon, Chairman of the American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) said, “The AAHP is extremely disappointed in the ITC’s final ruling. We will review the written determination when it is released and review our options at that time.”


November 13, 2017: AAHP Reacts to Commerce Determinations on Chinese Hardwood Plywood

 
On Monday the U.S. Department of Commerce announced affirmative final determinations in the antidumping duty and countervailing duty investigations of imports of hardwood plywood from China. Using methodology that importers vehemently dispute, Commerce found that Chinese exporters sold hardwood plywood in the U.S. at 183.36% less than fair value and that China provides subsidies to producers of hardwood plywood products at rates ranging from 22.98 to 194.9%. A detailed Fact Sheet on these determinations from the U.S. International Trade Administration is available here. Notification of the determination was published in the Federal Register today, November 16th.
 
In response to the determination, the American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood issued the following statement:
 
AAHP: DOC’s Increase in Plywood Antidumping Duties from Zero to 183.36% is Politics at its Worst
 

Alliance Remains Confident that ITC will Remain Impartial and Rule in Favor of Defendants for a Second Time

Washington, DC – The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) reacted with shock today when the Department of Commerce (“DOC”) announced its final antidumping and countervailing duty rates after a considerable delay. The rates were scheduled to be announced on November 7 but were instead kept secret during President Trump’s visit with Chinese President Xi, thus confirming the political nature of the decision. Today’s announcement that the DOC has, with a stroke of a pen, changed preliminary duties of zero percent for the principal investigated Chinese company to an exorbitant 183.36 percent final duty provides an answer why the new duties were kept under wraps. The high 183.36 percent antidumping duties, together with additional countervailing duties of 22.98 percent for most companies, will apply to the unique hardwood plywood made by China that cannot be produced in the United States.
 
“These rates are based purely on politics, not on any type of marketplace reality. Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of American workers will pay the price in lost jobs. Industries including the kitchen cabinet, recreational vehicle, window and door, furniture, homebuilding and flooring industries all utilize the Chinese hardwood plywood because it is distinctly different from American hardwood plywood,” said AAHP Chairman Greg Simon. Mr. Simon noted that witnesses from these end-use industries showed up to testify before the U.S. International Trade Commission (“ITC”) in opposition to this case, alongside the AAHP, with letters of support from trade associations representing over a million American workers. The AAHP was supported in its defense against the antidumping/countervailing duty case by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, the National Association of Home Builders, the Recreational Vehicle Industry Association and the International Wood Products Association. “The domestic plywood companies had nobody show up for them except a parade of politicians. Not one actual user of the plywood testified on their side. That’s because the story they are telling the ITC is bogus.”
 
“We remain confident that the ITC will keep its eye on the facts and law before it” said Simon, noting that the ITC has the last word on whether duties will remain in place and will vote on December 1. This case is a repeat of a complaint filed in 2012 by the same group of petitioners. Then, like now, the DOC announced high final dumping and countervailing duty margins, yet the ITC still voted to terminate the case. “We are hopeful the ITC remains immune from political influence, follows the rule of law and once again terminates this flawed petition. The DOC’s high duty rates have raised the stakes for American manufacturers who cannot get this raw material at home,” said Simon.
 
The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood is an organization of American importers, distributors and manufacturers of hardwood plywood, along with other U.S. companies that depend on the availability of global resources.


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June 19, 2017: IWPA Disappointed that Commerce Imposes Preliminary Antidumping Duties In China Plywood Case

 
On Monday, June 19, 2017, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its affirmative preliminary determination in the antidumping duty investigation of imports of certain hardwood plywood from China. Commerce preliminarily found that dumping has occurred by mandatory respondent Shandong Dongfang Bayley Wood Co., Ltd. at a preliminary dumping margin of 114.72%. Commerce preliminarily found that no dumping occurred by mandatory respondent Linyi Chengen Import and Export Co., Ltd. Commerce established a preliminary dumping margin of 57.36% for the non-selected respondents eligible for a separate rate, and a preliminary dumping margin of 114.72% for all other producers/exporters in China that are part of the China-wide entity, based on adverse facts available.

The Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration has posted a Fact Sheet on the determination, which includes additional information on the preliminary determination.

As a result of the preliminary affirmative determination, Commerce will instruct U.S. Customs and Border Protection to require cash deposits based on these preliminary rates. Linyi Chengen IMport and Export Co., Ltd., will not be subject to these cash deposit rates, as its rate of dumping was preliminarily found to be zero.

Commerce preliminarily determined that critical circumstances exist with respect to the China-wise entity, which includes Shandong Dongfang Bayley Wood Co., Ltd.

The Department of Commerce will announce its final determination on or about August 31, 2017, unless the statutory deadline is extended.

In response to the determination, the American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood issued the statement copied below.


AAHP Vows to Defeat Case Despite Commerce Preliminary Antidumping Announcement
Washington – The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) reacted today to the announcement by the U.S. Department of Commerce (“DOC”) of its preliminary antidumping duties on hardwood plywood from China. “The high duties announced today have no connection to reality and will be devastating to the more than 100,000 American jobs that rely on hardwood plywood from both the U.S. and China,” stated AAHP Chairman Greg Simon. The only company for which DOC calculated an antidumping margin was found to have an antidumping rate of zero, meaning the company was not dumping, wholly refuting the petitioners’ claims. DOC averaged that zero together with another company that failed to respond to derive the fictitious 57.36 percent applied to over a hundred fully cooperating exporters and plywood mills.

“To all U.S. Kitchen Cabinet, Furniture, Laminators, RV manufacturers and other vital American manufacturers, located in states like Indiana, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Virginia, we ask you to protect your business interests and actively join us to defeat this bogus case again,” said Simon, referencing the AAHP’s previous opposition to an identical case in 2012 that resulted in a unanimous vote by the U.S. International Trade Commission (“ITC”) to terminate the case. That win was upheld on appeal by a federal judge.

Now the DOC will conduct onsite audits, order Customs and Border Protection to collect duties, hear legal arguments and many other burdensome and resource-strapping government interventions. Such market disruption collectively ties the hands of U.S. wood-based manufacturers behind their backs as they face stiff competition from countries that stay out of the business of picking winners and losers in business. “This decision is a brutal stab in the back of tens of thousands of workers and companies located in states that are struggling to keep good manufacturing jobs here in the United States,” said Simon.

The DOC antidumping preliminary determination also marks the resumption of the ITC’s final phase investigation into the pivotal question of whether Chinese imports have any effect at all on the petitioners. The ITC previously investigated the petitioners’ claims in 2012 and unanimously threw out their case. “The only thing that has changed since 2012 is that our Alliance has even more support today. Every day we are contacted by more cabinet makers, laminators, furniture manufacturers and retailers who agree that Chinese and domestic hardwood plywood is fundamentally and physically different. The petitioners continue to deny this fact to the ITC, while at the same time their salesmen are in the field, actively touting the fundamental product differences. We want the truth to come out at the ITC,” stated Mr. Simon.

The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood is an organization of American importers, distributors and manufacturers of hardwood plywood, along with other U.S. companies that depend on the availability of global resources.

 
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April 18, 2017: IWPA Disappointed that Commerce Chose to Impose Preliminary Duties In China Plywood Case

On April 18th, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced a preliminary determination in the countervailing duty investigation of imports of hardwood plywood from China. Commerce found subsidized margins ranging from 9.89% to 111.09%.

The Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration has posted a Fact Sheet on the determination, which includes additional information on the preliminary subsidy rates for specific plywood producers in China.

It is also important to note that the Department of Commerce preliminarily determined that critical circumstances exist with respect to all exporters from China except Linyi Sanfortune Wood Co., Ltd. As such U.S. Customs and Border Protection will be instructed to impose provisional measures retroactively on entries of hardwood plywood from China effective 90 days prior to the publication of the preliminary determination in the Federal Register for all exporters except Linyi Sanfortune Wood Co., Ltd.

The Department of Commerce will announce its final determination on or about July 5, 2017, unless the statutory deadline is extended.

In response to the determination, the American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood issued the statement copied below.  


AAHP: Despite Inflated Initial Duties, Plywood Trade Complaint Is Doomed


Washington – The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) expressed disappointment in yesterday’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Commerce (“DOC”) imposing preliminary countervailing duties of 9.89% on Chinese exporters of hardwood plywood. Commerce separately applied a penalty margin of 111.09% to one Chinese company that did not fully cooperate with the investigation as well as companies that did not return the quantity and value questionnaire, likely because they do not export plywood. The high duty figure is sure to be touted by the small group of domestic plywood producers to sow uncertainty and reduce the supply of a key raw material with no domestic equivalent that is needed by over 100,000 American workers making kitchen cabinets in the United States. Those American workers, who outnumber domestic plywood employees by a ratio of more than 30 to 1, now face competition from imported cabinets that can utilize the unique Chinese plywood free from duties.

AAHP Chairman Greg Simon issued the following statement:

“The federal government has tied one arm behind the backs of the U.S. cabinet makers and other manufacturing industries by denying them a level playing field in raw material sourcing with their offshore competitors. This case is presented as cracking down on Chinese trade ‘cheating’ and protecting American jobs but it will benefit nobody in the United States. The cabinet industry, flooring, recreational vehicle and furniture industries use the Chinese plywood for different purposes than the U.S. plywood. The petitioners’ dreams that they will enjoy sales increases are a fantasy, even with these high duties. The government should not be in the business of trying to pick winners and losers. In fact, in these trade cases, nobody wins.”

The AAHP defeated a similar unfair trade case brought by the same close-knit group of anti-competitive producers in 2012/13. There, the DOC also announced combined antidumping and countervailing duties of nearly 150 percent. Yet, the ITC threw the case out after a full investigation-- by a unanimous ruling. That unanimous ruling was later affirmed by a federal judge of the U.S. Court of International Trade.


“We will keep fighting the petitioners’ misguided claims, which have even less merit than they did in 2012. While the DOC announcement of duties will gain headlines for the petitioners, ultimately they will mean nothing when the ITC throws this case out”, said Simon.

The AAHP is an alliance of small medium and large American importers, distributors, manufacturers, retailers of hardwood plywood and the U.S. Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, collectively representing more than 100,000 American jobs. “We look forward to preserving American manufacturing jobs by defeating this bogus case again,” said Mr. Simon.

The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood is an organization of American importers, distributors and manufacturers of hardwood plywood, along with other U.S. companies that depend on the availability of global resources.


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January 27, 2017: U.S. International Trade Commission Releases Public Report, Commerce Announces Postponement of Preliminary Determination


In a Federal Register Notice issued on January 27, 2017, the U.S. International Trade Administration indicated that they have granted the Petitioners' request to postpone its preliminary determination in countervailing duty investigation to no later than April 17th.


Additionally, the ITC has posted its Public Report with respect to the Preliminary Investigation which can be downloaded here.


December 30, 2016: U.S. International Trade Commission Votes to Move Forward with Investigations on Chinese Hardwood Plywood


As announced in a December 30, 2016, bulletin here, the ITC made affirmative determinations in its preliminary phase antidumping and countervailing duty investigations concerning hardwood plywood from China.


In response to the ITC vote, the American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood issued the following statement:


AAHP Disappointed Government Pursuing Third Investigation of Imported Chinese Hardwood Plywood


Despite Back to Back Losses, Legal Harassment Campaign Against Imports Continue, Putting Thousands of U.S. Manufacturing Jobs at Risk


Washington – The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) expressed disappointment in today’s ruling by the International Trade Commission (ITC) that it will proceed with an investigation into alleged “dumping” practices of Chinese hardwood plywood to gain an unfair competitive advantage. The ITC and Department of Commerce rejected a similar petition in 2012 and a federal court also rejected the dubious allegations initiated by the Coalition for Fair Trade of Hardwood Plywood (CFTHP). AAHP Chairman Greg Simon issued the following statement:

“We are disappointed that this investigation will proceed, but remain very confident that the facts continue to be on our side. This is now the third time that the federal government will conduct a thorough review and we believe they will reach the same finding as before--imported hardwood plywood products from China are traded fairly at competitive prices and have a rightful place in the global consumer market. This continued legal harassment by CFTHP against imports is putting thousands of U.S. jobs at risk during a time when manufacturing is in desperate need of revival. Our alliance of small medium and large American importers, distributors, retailers of hardwood plywood and domestic kitchen cabinet manufacturers remains united in opposition to these bogus charges and look forward to presenting our side to the ITC and Department of Commerce in the coming months.”

The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood is an organization of American importers, distributors and manufacturers of hardwood plywood, along with other U.S. companies that depend on the availability of global resources.


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IWPA Disappointed that Commerce Imposes Preliminary Antidumping Duties In China Plywood Case

 

On Monday, June 19, 2017, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its affirmative preliminary determination in the antidumping duty investigation of imports of certain hardwood plywood from China. Commerce preliminarily found that dumping has occurred by mandatory respondent Shandong Dongfang Bayley Wood Co., Ltd. at a preliminary dumping margin of 114.72%. Commerce preliminarily found that no dumping occurred by mandatory respondent Linyi Chengen Import and Export Co., Ltd. Commerce established a preliminary dumping margin of 57.36% for the non-selected respondents eligible for a separate rate, and a preliminary dumping margin of 114.72% for all other producers/exporters in China that are part of the China-wide entity, based on adverse facts available.

The Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration has posted a Fact Sheet on the determination, which includes additional information on the preliminary determination.

As a result of the preliminary affirmative determination, Commerce will instruct U.S. Customs and Border Protection to require cash deposits based on these preliminary rates. Linyi Chengen IMport and Export Co., Ltd., will not be subject to these cash deposit rates, as its rate of dumping was preliminarily found to be zero.

Commerce preliminarily determined that critical circumstances exist with respect to the China-wise entity, which includes Shandong Dongfang Bayley Wood Co., Ltd.

The Department of Commerce will announce its final determination on or about August 31, 2017, unless the statutory deadline is extended.

In response to the determination, the American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood issued the statement copied below. IWPA encourages affected importers to consider contacting the Alliance to discuss ways to support its work to defeat this case.


AAHP Vows to Defeat Case Despite Commerce Preliminary Antidumping Announcement


Washington – The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) reacted today to the announcement by the U.S. Department of Commerce (“DOC”) of its preliminary antidumping duties on hardwood plywood from China. “The high duties announced today have no connection to reality and will be devastating to the more than 100,000 American jobs that rely on hardwood plywood from both the U.S. and China,” stated AAHP Chairman Greg Simon. The only company for which DOC calculated an antidumping margin was found to have an antidumping rate of zero, meaning the company was not dumping, wholly refuting the petitioners’ claims. DOC averaged that zero together with another company that failed to respond to derive the fictitious 57.36 percent applied to over a hundred fully cooperating exporters and plywood mills.

“To all U.S. Kitchen Cabinet, Furniture, Laminators, RV manufacturers and other vital American manufacturers, located in states like Indiana, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Virginia, we ask you to protect your business interests and actively join us to defeat this bogus case again,” said Simon, referencing the AAHP’s previous opposition to an identical case in 2012 that resulted in a unanimous vote by the U.S. International Trade Commission (“ITC”) to terminate the case. That win was upheld on appeal by a federal judge.

Now the DOC will conduct onsite audits, order Customs and Border Protection to collect duties, hear legal arguments and many other burdensome and resource-strapping government interventions. Such market disruption collectively ties the hands of U.S. wood-based manufacturers behind their backs as they face stiff competition from countries that stay out of the business of picking winners and losers in business. “This decision is a brutal stab in the back of tens of thousands of workers and companies located in states that are struggling to keep good manufacturing jobs here in the United States,” said Simon.

The DOC antidumping preliminary determination also marks the resumption of the ITC’s final phase investigation into the pivotal question of whether Chinese imports have any effect at all on the petitioners. The ITC previously investigated the petitioners’ claims in 2012 and unanimously threw out their case. “The only thing that has changed since 2012 is that our Alliance has even more support today. Every day we are contacted by more cabinet makers, laminators, furniture manufacturers and retailers who agree that Chinese and domestic hardwood plywood is fundamentally and physically different. The petitioners continue to deny this fact to the ITC, while at the same time their salesmen are in the field, actively touting the fundamental product differences. We want the truth to come out at the ITC,” stated Mr. Simon.

The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood is an organization of American importers, distributors and manufacturers of hardwood plywood, along with other U.S. companies that depend on the availability of global resources.


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IWPA Disappointed that Commerce Chose to Impose Preliminary Duties In China Plywood Case

On April 18th, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced a preliminary determination in the countervailing duty investigation of imports of hardwood plywood from China. Commerce found subsidized margins ranging from 9.89% to 111.09%.

The Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration has posted a Fact Sheet on the determination, which includes additional information on the preliminary subsidy rates for specific plywood producers in China.

It is also important to note that the Department of Commerce preliminarily determined that critical circumstances exist with respect to all exporters from China except Linyi Sanfortune Wood Co., Ltd. As such U.S. Customs and Border Protection will be instructed to impose provisional measures retroactively on entries of hardwood plywood from China effective 90 days prior to the publication of the preliminary determination in the Federal Register for all exporters except Linyi Sanfortune Wood Co., Ltd.

The Department of Commerce will announce its final determination on or about July 5, 2017, unless the statutory deadline is extended.

In response to the determination, the American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood issued the statement copied below. IWPA encourages affected importers to consider contacting the Alliance to discuss ways to support its work to defeat this case.

 

AAHP: Despite Inflated Initial Duties, Plywood Trade Complaint Is Doomed

 

Washington – The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) expressed disappointment in yesterday’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Commerce (“DOC”) imposing preliminary countervailing duties of 9.89% on Chinese exporters of hardwood plywood. Commerce separately applied a penalty margin of 111.09% to one Chinese company that did not fully cooperate with the investigation as well as companies that did not return the quantity and value questionnaire, likely because they do not export plywood. The high duty figure is sure to be touted by the small group of domestic plywood producers to sow uncertainty and reduce the supply of a key raw material with no domestic equivalent that is needed by over 100,000 American workers making kitchen cabinets in the United States. Those American workers, who outnumber domestic plywood employees by a ratio of more than 30 to 1, now face competition from imported cabinets that can utilize the unique Chinese plywood free from duties.

AAHP Chairman Greg Simon issued the following statement:

“The federal government has tied one arm behind the backs of the U.S. cabinet makers and other manufacturing industries by denying them a level playing field in raw material sourcing with their offshore competitors. This case is presented as cracking down on Chinese trade ‘cheating’ and protecting American jobs but it will benefit nobody in the United States. The cabinet industry, flooring, recreational vehicle and furniture industries use the Chinese plywood for different purposes than the U.S. plywood. The petitioners’ dreams that they will enjoy sales increases are a fantasy, even with these high duties. The government should not be in the business of trying to pick winners and losers. In fact, in these trade cases, nobody wins.”

The AAHP defeated a similar unfair trade case brought by the same close-knit group of anti-competitive producers in 2012/13. There, the DOC also announced combined antidumping and countervailing duties of nearly 150 percent. Yet, the ITC threw the case out after a full investigation-- by a unanimous ruling. That unanimous ruling was later affirmed by a federal judge of the U.S. Court of International Trade.

 

“We will keep fighting the petitioners’ misguided claims, which have even less merit than they did in 2012. While the DOC announcement of duties will gain headlines for the petitioners, ultimately they will mean nothing when the ITC throws this case out”, said Simon.

The AAHP is an alliance of small medium and large American importers, distributors, manufacturers, retailers of hardwood plywood and the U.S. Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, collectively representing more than 100,000 American jobs. “We look forward to preserving American manufacturing jobs by defeating this bogus case again,” said Mr. Simon.

The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood is an organization of American importers, distributors and manufacturers of hardwood plywood, along with other U.S. companies that depend on the availability of global resources.

 

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U.S. International Trade Commission Releases Public Report, Commerce Announces Postponement of Preliminary Determination

 

In a Federal Register Notice issued on January 27, 2017, the U.S. International Trade Administration indicated that they have granted the Petitioners' request to postpone its preliminary determination in countervailing duty investigation to no later than April 17th.

 

Additionally, the ITC has posted its Public Report with respect to the Preliminary Investigation which can be downloaded here.

 

U.S. International Trade Commission Votes to Move Forward with Investigations on Chinese Hardwood Plywood (December 30, 2016):

 

As announced in a bulletin here, the ITC made affirmative determinations in its preliminary phase antidumping and countervailing duty investigations concerning hardwood plywood from China.

 

In response to the ITC vote, the American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood issued the following statement:

 

AAHP Disappointed Government Pursuing Third Investigation of Imported Chinese Hardwood Plywood


Despite Back to Back Losses, Legal Harassment Campaign Against Imports Continue, Putting Thousands of U.S. Manufacturing Jobs at Risk


Washington – The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood (AAHP) expressed disappointment in today’s ruling by the International Trade Commission (ITC) that it will proceed with an investigation into alleged “dumping” practices of Chinese hardwood plywood to gain an unfair competitive advantage. The ITC and Department of Commerce rejected a similar petition in 2012 and a federal court also rejected the dubious allegations initiated by the Coalition for Fair Trade of Hardwood Plywood (CFTHP). AAHP Chairman Greg Simon issued the following statement:

“We are disappointed that this investigation will proceed, but remain very confident that the facts continue to be on our side. This is now the third time that the federal government will conduct a thorough review and we believe they will reach the same finding as before--imported hardwood plywood products from China are traded fairly at competitive prices and have a rightful place in the global consumer market. This continued legal harassment by CFTHP against imports is putting thousands of U.S. jobs at risk during a time when manufacturing is in desperate need of revival. Our alliance of small medium and large American importers, distributors, retailers of hardwood plywood and domestic kitchen cabinet manufacturers remains united in opposition to these bogus charges and look forward to presenting our side to the ITC and Department of Commerce in the coming months.”

The American Alliance for Hardwood Plywood is an organization of American importers, distributors and manufacturers of hardwood plywood, along with other U.S. companies that depend on the availability of global resources
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For additional information on the previous Hardwood Plywood from China AD/CVD case click here

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