19 April 2017
NAFTA panel supports Canadian paper
NOVA SCOTIA—
 
 A NAFTA panel has sided with the Canadian Port Hawkesbury Paper Mill out of Point Tupper. Trade action happened by two US paper mills claiming unfair subsidies. The Canadian mill makes supercalender for magazines, catalogues and advertising inserts. The countervailing duties started in 2015 and now total over $50 million . The US mill claim that an aid package of $124 million from  the province and special electricity rates given the mill to re-open after being closed for more than a year. The mill is focused on being a low cost producer and is owned by Pacific West Commercial Corp.
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