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Tariffs on imported newsprint are a potentially crushing blow to local newspapers and their communities

The Trump administration recently imposed two tariffs of up to 32 percent on uncoated groundwood paper imported from Canada, or newsprint — the paper on which LNP and other American newspapers are pri... read more

EDITORIAL: Paper tariffs deal blow to the economy

And that is one of the reasons we are concerned about the tariffs imposed on a certain type of paper imported from Canada into the United States. Known as uncoated groundwood paper, the product is use... read more

Just the fear of trade war is straining the global economy

U.S. farmers are losing sales as trading partners hit back with duties of their own. Workers in a Canadian steel mill scrambled to recall rail cars headed to the United States border after Trump this ... read more

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Newspapers get a reprieve as trade commission nullifies tariffs on newsprint

The tariffs contributed to spot shortages of paper and a sharp spike in the cost of newsprint, bedeviling publishers who rely on printed newspapers for much of their revenue. The price hikes were anot... read more


Trial and error

Ma cited trade barriers (such as high tariffs and export bans) as one of the major challenges facing recyclers, along with potential threats to free ... The author is editor of Recycling Today and can ... read more

Report on the Impacts of the TPP

In that letter, LAC noted: …restrictions on information that is shared with LAC members and their representatives has reduced much of the potential benefits of the advisory process. Specifically, the ... read more

Solidarity must be extended to Muslims

While freedom of speech must certainly be defended, the fundamentalists' war is not won when newspapers in Europe stop printing images of Mohammed, it is won when a resource rich and heavily militaris... read more

We’re Not in Lake Wobegon Anymore

Once, it was the party of pragmatic Main Street businessmen in steel-rimmed spectacles who decried profligacy and waste, were devoted to their communities and supported ... Place or getting off the No ... read more

Editorial: Paper tariffs deal an economic blow

And that is one of the reasons we are concerned about the tariffs imposed on a certain type of paper imported from Canada into the United States. Known as uncoated groundwood paper, the product is use... read more

Editorial: Paper tariffs deal a blow to economy

The National Catholic Reporter quoted Bishop David Zubik of Pittsburgh, who said: "As the publisher of the second-largest circulated newspaper in western Pennsylvania, I oppose these newsprint tariffs ... read more

Editorial: Paper tariffs deal an economic blow

The National Catholic Reporter quoted Bishop David Zubik of Pittsburgh, who said: “As the publisher of the second-largest circulated newspaper in western Pennsylvania, I oppose these newsprint tariffs ... read more

Young suffer in our return to a class-based nation

But his efforts to portray the hostility as a predictable response from political reactionaries was dealt a cruel blow by the Australian Financial ... higher education will be slugged far more than th... read more



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