Veneer sheet is described as a thin layer or sheet of wood of uniform thickness, usually 6 mm or less, usually peeled or sliced, for use in making plywood, for veneering furniture, veneer containers, etc. This definition is based on HS and CITES definition.

French - placage
Spsnihs - lámina de chapa de madera
Ref: 122860/2006-10-12

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Veneer (Veneer pertains to thin sheets of wood applied to ...)
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