Canadian Tribunal Finds Injury From Chinese Hardwood Plywood

On August 10, in a first step in the case for domestic producers, the Canada International Trade Tribunal made a positive preliminary injury determination regarding decorative and other non-structural plywood imported from China. If the Canada Border Services Agency issues a preliminary determination of dumping and subsidizing, provisional duties will go into effect beginning September 9. In exceptional circumstances, the Special Import Measures Act allows antidumping duties to be imposed retroactively.

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