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We can still read about a trade war in a newspaper - for now

If you are reading this commentary in the print edition of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, you might not realize that it is now costing Gannett, which owns the Journal Sentinel, significantly more to produce an "old-school" paper you can peruse at the hotel, toss in your bag, or read on the train or plane.

The reason is that the Commerce Department, in response to claims by one U.S. company that Canada unfairly subsidizes its paper mills, has imposed anti-dumping and countervailing import duties adding up to more than 30% on Canadian Uncoated Groundwood Paper, or newsprint.

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Source: Journal Sentinel

 
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