US hardwood plywood imports declined by 5% in January to 202,536 cu.m. but the value of imports increased to US$143.9 million. China’s share in US hardwood plywood imports was only 18% in January, down from 60% in January 2017 before the US imposed anti-dumping and countervailing duties. Indonesia, Vietnam and Cambodia gained the most from the duties on Chinese plywood. Plywood imports from Vietnam and Cambodia are still relatively small, but in January they surpassed Malaysia’s shipments to the US Plywood ...
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