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Canadian newsprint is not the enemy – tariffs are

Every day at the News Media Alliance headquarters, a stack of newspapers arrives for myself and the staff. But with the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission currently consider... read more

Canadian newsprint isn’t the enemy: Tariffs are

If the tariffs on Canadian newsprint are allowed to stand, we’re not only risking a centuries-old relationship with our neighbors to the north, but we’re putting our own U.S. news industry in jeopardy ... read more

Chavern: Tariffs, not Canadian newsprint, are the problem

If the tariffs on Canadian newsprint are allowed to stand, we’re not only risking a centuries-old relationship with our neighbors to the north, but we’re putting our own U.S. news industry in jeopardy ... read more

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Tariffs on Canadian newsprint are overturned

WASHINGTON — The International Trade Commission on Wednesday overturned a Trump administration decision to impose tariffs on Canadian newsprint, saying that U.S. paper producers are not harmed by news... read more


Newsonomics: Newsprint tariffs are a Black Swan event that could speed up the death of U.S. newspapers

the company is conspicuously alone in its petition for protective tariffs.” “It’s not pricing from Canada. It’s the overall shift in demand for newsprint,” Boyle said. “So, what the ITC is looking at ... read more

U.S. newspapers feeling the effects of tariffs on Canadian newsprint

Critics of the paper tariffs say the businesses that will ultimately be harmed are not Canadian paper producers, but U.S. newspapers that will have to cut staff and reduce publication days to afford h... read more

Editorial: Why newsprint tariffs are destructive

All told, the Commerce Department imposed tariffs of 30 percent on imported ... Further illustrating the problem of alleged unfair Canadian trade practices in the paper industry is there are not enoug... read more

Tariffs on imports of Canadian newsprint strike another blow to America’s struggling newspapers

The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill America’s newspapers ... face another existential threat to their survival: new tariffs on imports of Canadian newsprint. ... read more

Commerce affirms tariffs on Canadian newsprint producers

In a minor win for the ailing newspaper industry, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued a final order Thursday that slightly reduces steep tariffs on Canadian newsprint ... “Newspapers will not be ab... read more

Publishers push for full repeal of Canadian newsprint tariffs

“The financial harm [to US paper mills] is coming from a decade-long shift to digital advertising, not from Canadian paper,” Boyle said. North American newsprint demand is down 75 percent from 2000 to ... read more

Tariffs On Canadian Newsprint Choke Already Troubled American Papers

MORRIS: Over the last few months, the U.S. Commerce Department has slapped tariffs of up to 32 percent on Canadian newsprint, raising prices nationwide. KESSINGER: If that trend continues, it will rea... read more

GUEST COLUMN: Canadian newsprint is not the enemy, tariffs are

Every day at the News Media Alliance headquarters, a stack of newspapers arrives for myself and the staff. But with the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission currently consider... read more



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