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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

Norpac draws publishing industry ire

LONGVIEW — 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-b... read more

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