February 26 the hardwood plywood products exported from Vietnam to the United States must be regarded as the products involved in the anti-dumping and countervailing orders against the hardwood plywood from China

According to Law360 and other channels, on February 26, the U.S. industrial lawsuit filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Department of Commerce, asking for expanding the targeting of hardwood plywood from China Plywood) product anti-dumping order and countervailing order, and issued a ruling on the scope of products involved in the lawsuit, and determined that some hardwood plywood products imported from Vietnam to the United States, because the main product parts are imported from China, and processed in Vietnam before they are imported to the United States, should belong to the anti-dumping and countervailing order against China’s hardwood plywood Relevant litigation related products.

The plaintiff claims that the hardwood plywood products exported from Vietnam to the United States must be regarded as the products involved in the anti-dumping and countervailing orders against the hardwood plywood from China, because the backboard, panel and core board constituting such plywood products are all made in China and then transported to Vietnam for further processing or processing.

Or, the prosecution requires the U.S. Department of Commerce to launch an anti circumvention investigation to confirm whether there are anti-dumping orders and countervailing orders to circumvent these products, complete the processing and processing of products in a third country, and then export them to the United States. According to relevant laws and regulations, if the Department of Commerce of the United States determines that the goods that belong to the scope of the products involved in the double counterclaim or the relevant ruling are assembled and processed in a third country due to circumvention of the double counterclaim or the relevant ruling, and then exported to the United States, the act of circumvention of the double counterclaim shall be regarded as the anti-dumping and countervailing duties imposed on the products involved in the lawsuit.

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