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Ailing US newspapers feel new pain from newsprint tariffs

US newspapers have taken a hit from a shift to digital news and a sharp loss of advertising, but a round of tariffs on Canadian newsprint is pushing some publications to the brink. The Commerce Depart... read more

Local View: Newsprint tariffs bad for local newspapers, Nebraskans

While there is no question that Washington’s anti-trade talk is hurting Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers, others are starting to feel the pain ... tariffs and more trade because we all benefit. A littl... read more

Tariffs hurt local newspapers, Nebraska

While there is no question that Washington’s anti-trade talk is hurting Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers, others are starting to feel the pain ... tariffs and more trade because we all benefit. A littl... read more

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Tariffs Could Do Harm To Local Newspapers

While there is no question that Washington’s anti-trade talk is hurting Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers, others are starting to feel the pain ... tariffs and more trade because we all benefit. A littl... read more


N.L. premier calls out U.S. president on trade; new U.S. tariffs stinging on both sides of border

But apart from the pain felt right now by Canadian producers, tariffs on newsprint being shipped into the United States have already led to operational changes and layoffs at American newspapers ... C... read more

Commerce sides with Norpac in antidumping case

A coalition of media organizations, including one that owns The Daily News, has warned that slapping tariffs on Canadian newsprint will threaten thousands ... publishers and commercial printers will f... read more

Some Minnesota businesses feel double impact of trade war

Minnesota businesses are starting to feel the impact of the trade war. And they’re feeling pain ... tariff boosted his cost for Canadian newsprint by about 15 percent. “And from what I’ve heard in tal... read more



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