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June 30, 2021
European Commission approves the introduction of preliminary anti-dumping duties on birch plywood from Russia
The European Commission approved for 6 months the introduction of preliminary anti-dumping duties on birch plywood from Russia. Individual duties are set for four Russian manufacturers: 15.7% for Vyatsky FC (part of the Segezha Group) and the Russian subsidiary of the Finnish UPM-Kymmene, 15.3% for Zheshartsky FC, 15% for Syktyvkar Federal Law. For all other plywood suppliers from Russia, the anti-dumping duty will amount to 15.9%. The decision to impose the duty was made following an investigation initiated by the ...
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