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Malaysian plywood giant cutting shipments to Japan

Supply crunch set to raise construction costs, cause delays

Malaysia accounted for nearly 40% of Japan's plywood imports last year.

TOKYO -- Malaysia's Shin Yang group will reduce Japan-bound shipments of tropical plywood used in concrete formwork by about 30% starting in September, due to reduced supply of timber.

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