On 22 January 2021, the United States Department of Commerce (DOC) issued its final ruling on imposing anti-dumping and countervailing duties on similarly shaped and machined wood products (wood). moldings and millwork products) imported from China.
The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) determined that the U.S. industry suffered serious damage from imports of similarly shaped and machined wood products from China as identified by the DOC, which is subsidized and dumped in the United States at prices below its net worth.
Chinese manufacturers that have sold similarly shaped and machined wood products into the United States in violation of international trade rules. As a result, the Department has imposed anti-dumping duties (AD) on Chinese imports from 44.60% to 230.36% and countervailing duties (CDV) at a rate of 20.56% to 252. , 29%.
On 9 January 2020, the DOC announced AD and CDV investigations of similarly shaped and machined wood products from China and Brazil. Products subject to this investigation belong to the HS codes included in the Harmonized US Tariff Schedule with HS codes as follows: 4409.10.4010, 4409.10.4090, 4409.10.4500, 4409.10.5000, 4409.22.4000, 4409.22. 5000, 4409.29.4100, 4409.29.5100. Or codes 4409.10.6000, 4409.10.6500, 4409.22.6000, 4409.22.6500, 4409.29.6100, 4409.29.6600, 4418.99.9095 and 4421.99.9780.