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Norpac draws ire of publishing industry over paper tariffs

The U.S. Commerce Department’s decision last month to slap tariffs on Canadian papermakers has thrust Norpac’s Longview paper mill into the national spotlight. The mill — and its New York-based hedge ... read more

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We have said plenty about the damage that newsprint tariffs can have on the publishing industry, and thousands of jobs ... here is how STOPP explains the tariffs: “A single paper supplier, NORPAC, ... read more

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The U.S. Department of Commerce imposed tariffs on Canadian newsprint, as the grade of paper used in newspaper publishing ... Norpac, which is based in Washington State. Norpac claimed that Canadian ... read more

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