Dutch company ordered to stop importing tropical-face plywood from Chinese exporter

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September 23, 2020 - Flevoland, Netherlands

According to a press release from the EIA, authorities in the Netherlands have ordered a building materials supplier based in Lelystad to stop importing tropical face plywood from a Chinese exporter. The mandate took effect September 23rd. According to the EIA, the Chinese exporter of the alleged non-compliant tropical face plywood also has clients in the UK, Belgium, France and Greece.

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