Commerce is investigating dumping by Chinese at over 100%

In the anti-dumping/countervailing duty case brought by 6 U.S. hardwood plywood manufacturers against Chinese producers, the U.S. Department of Commerce found preliminary dumping margins of over 100% and identified 30 Chinese government subsidy programs that may be countervailable. Further investigation by Commerce depends on the International Trade Commission deciding that these dumping margins may cause injury to U.S. industry and that this warrants further investigation.

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