Opinion

Help stop new paper tariffs; 600,000 newspaper jobs at risk

The threat of paper tariffs has been a deep concern for our company and the entire newspaper industry since last fall, when one lone paper supplier, North Pacific Paper Company (NORPAC), sought protection from Canadian paper imports by filing a petition with the U.S. Department of Commerce.
A tariff is a tax or duty placed on foreign companies by the importing country as a way to essentially price fix and put economic and political pressure on the exporting country.
NORPAC's single mill is located in Washington state and their company is owned by a New York-based hedge . . .

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