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Paper Battle to Be Decided in October

September 24, 2010
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Pat - Posted on September 30, 2010
Paul: Let's just assume for a minute that the domestic paper makers bringing this case are right. Can you convince your print customers that they should pay higher prices for printing to help support American jobs in the paper industry? Does that argument work or do they not -- or cannot afford to -- care and will have to look elsewhere?
Paul Carney - Posted on September 24, 2010
I appreciate the "anti-dumping" issue but question the following. Based on what I've read so far, our domestic companies bringing this issue up fail to consider that there is not a consideration if the actual printing is done in Asia and then shipped to the U.S. Great job in forgetting their actual customers that buy the paper. With this act, the domestic companies get to raise the prices. Thanks again for the total lack of consideration. Shutting down paper making machines in the U.S. tries to make the case for charging more because of less capacity. Yet another great move to further hurt printers in the U.S. Way to go.
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Pat - Posted on September 30, 2010
Paul: Let's just assume for a minute that the domestic paper makers bringing this case are right. Can you convince your print customers that they should pay higher prices for printing to help support American jobs in the paper industry? Does that argument work or do they not -- or cannot afford to -- care and will have to look elsewhere?
Paul Carney - Posted on September 24, 2010
I appreciate the "anti-dumping" issue but question the following. Based on what I've read so far, our domestic companies bringing this issue up fail to consider that there is not a consideration if the actual printing is done in Asia and then shipped to the U.S. Great job in forgetting their actual customers that buy the paper. With this act, the domestic companies get to raise the prices. Thanks again for the total lack of consideration. Shutting down paper making machines in the U.S. tries to make the case for charging more because of less capacity. Yet another great move to further hurt printers in the U.S. Way to go.