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Corner Brook Pulp and Paper's tariffs slashed by two thirds

The U.S. Department of Commerce has eased up on planned tariffs on Canadian newsprint, reducing the total duties on Corner Brook Pulp and Paper from about 32 per cent to just under 10 per cent.

In January, the mill was hit with an export duty of 9.93 per cent on groundwood paper, followed two months later by a 22 per cent anti-dumping duty, the amounts the department said were necessary to combat what it said was Canadian exporters illegally underpricing paper to undercut U.S. producers.

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Source: CBC News

 
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