4 April 2018
Paper Tariffs May Give Canadian Printers an Advantage
WASHINGTON—
Canadian Book printers get competitive advantage in US market
Canadian Book printers get competitive advantage in US market
US Department of Commerce tariff  to extend beyond newspaper publishers. The duties on Canadian uncoated ground wood will affect US printers of directories, books and insert or flyer printers. American printers are complaining that this new price increase will put them at a disadvantage. Quad/Graphics and a number of publisher associations have started a coalition to fight the tariffs.
Tariff increases cost for US printers
Tariff increases cost for US printers
 The US tariff of up to 32% tariff on Canadian uncoated ground wood was stated by one US mill North Pacific Papers that only has 260 employees. At this stage these new tariffs will not affect Canadian printers selling into the American market. Books, directories and flyer printing are  exempt under the NAFTA deal currently. 
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