100 companies ask for suspension of antidumping duties on Russian birch plywood

100 companies ask for suspension of antidumping duties on Russian birch plywood
    Brussels has been accused of driving building businesses across Europe to the brink of insolvency after imposing antidumping duties on imports of Russian birch plywood.     The anti-dumping duty - which adds a charge of as much as 15 percent to Russian birch plywood - risks piling more pressure on companies already reeling from chronic supply shortages and battling a surge in inflation, according to a letter signed by more than 100 companies.    Officials imposed the anti-dumping tariff following an investigation into a surge in cheap Russian birch plywood ...

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