Plywood Dumping Testimony in Most-read Wood Industry ReportsSpencer Cabinetry's explanation to the International Trade Commission how he uses better grade American veneered plywood on areas of cabinets customer see, and Chinese plywood on parts that aren't revealed. It was among the wood industry's most read reports.

Also highly read was Germany Menck Window's decision to cancel its plant for a factory in Vermont, opting for Massachusetts instead. The Vermont development program required use of American manufacturing machinery, and Menck can only make its products with European machines.

Here are the wood industry's most-read reports this week:

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ITC Testimony in Chinese Plywood Dumping Case

 Menck Windows Cancels $20 Million Vermont Plant

 Fed Agency Okays Non-LEED Green Building With SFI, ATFS Wood

 Rockler Amps Up IPhone Music With New Koostik Kit

 Jimmy Choo Founder Shows Off Closet

 Lumber Liquidators Profits Jump 58 Percent, Sales Up 24 Percent

 AMC Recliner Seating to Cost Hundreds of $Millions

 Toronto Wood Machinery Show Opens With a Bang Today

 Cabinetry Sales Up 20% at KraftMaid, Merillat, Quality Cabinets

 Fortune Brands Cabinet Sales Jump 35 Percent, Exceed Forecast

 Sauder Woodworking Takes Aim at Next Generation Consumers

 Robotics, Wood Components & More on Display at WMS

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