White House To Toughen China Policy

The Trump administration is rejecting previous U.S. administrations' practice of eking out concessions from Beijing on trade and market access during high-level meetings.

ITC Votes To Maintain Engineered Flooring Duties On Chinese Imports

By a vote of 4-0, the International Trade Commission will maintain antidumping and countervailing duties on multi-layered wood flooring imports from China.

Sierra Club Sues EPA For Delaying Formaldehyde Regulation

The Sierra Club has challenged the EPA extension of the formaldehyde rule for emissions from composite wood panels.

HPVA® eNews - Commerce Finds Significant Dumping Margins For Chinese Hardwood Plywood; China Moves Shipping Containers To U.S. Logging Sites, Pays Premium For Logs

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XXII: Commerce Finds Significant Dumping Margins For Chinese Hardwood Plywood | China Moves Containers Directly To U.S.

US International Trade Case on Multi-Layered Wood Flooring Sunset Review Documents

Use the links below to read documented pre-hearing briefs regarding the Multilayered Wood Flooring Sunset Review.

Significant Dumping Margins For Chinese Hardwood Plywood

The U.S. Department of Commerce publicly released the final results of the antidumping and countervailing duties investigations of hardwood plywood from China.

HPVA® eNews - U.S. Commerce Department Issues Final Subsidy Allegation For Chinese Plywood

HPVA® eNews Volume X, Issue XXI: U.S. Department Of Commerce Issues Final Subsidy Allegation On Chinese Plywood | Bipartisan Delegation Supports U.S.

U.S. Commerce Department Issues Final Subsidy Allegation

The sum of a range of subsidies for Chinese hardwood plywood producers is now 22.7% to 194.62%. Most of the large Chinese exporters will owe the 22.7% rate.

HPVA® eNews - BREAKING NEWS: Top U.S. Plywood Importer Faces Allegations Of Illegal Logging

Earthsight just reported that Liberty Woods, the top importer of plywood in the U.S., is facing numerous allegations of indigenous rights violations, environmentally unsustainable logging, and illegal

HPVA® eNews - BREAKING NEWS: Action Needed Now To Level The Fair-Trade Playing Field

As Chinese hardwood plywood imports surged from $54 million in 2001 to nearly $1.1 billion in 2016, 42 U.S. mills have been forced to close, devastating rural communities.

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