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(USA) Believing their employer has been hurt by imports, local Appleton workers are taking a bus trip to Washington, D.C. today, Oct. 1, to attend a crucial government hearing. The U.S. International Trade Commission hearing will be a step toward a commission decision...
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(USA/China) The U.S. Department of Commerce is imposing tariffs on Chinese imports of lightweight thermal paper products ranging from about 33 percent to more than 250 percent under final decisions the agency reached in its unfair trade investigation spurred by a complaint from paper...
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(USA/China) The company Appleton won another battle in its antidumping war against two foreign suppliers. The U.S. Department of Commerce affirmed that certain Chinese producers and exporters of lightweight thermal paper sold the product in the United States at prices below fair value...
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(Thailand) The printing and paper packaging industry has revised down its export growth projection to a conservative target of 20% from 40% earlier as it fears a dip in consumer spending...
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The Russian Federal Government is trying to assist development of its forest industry by adding export taxes on logs, thereby limiting competition by foreign companies for the Russian timber, as reported by Wood Resource Quarterly...
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(USA) A federal commission will hear arguments next month from a Wisconsin congressman and others who say Chinese paper-making companies are engaging in unfair competition...
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(Viet Nam) Viet Nam Government has sharply reduced the import tax on paper by 7 to 12 per cent, depending on the type of paper. Ministry of Finance has reduced the tariff on imported paper for printing newspapers will drop from 32 per cent to as low as 20 per cent.
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(Viet Nam) The Viet Nam Paper and Pulp Association (VPPA) has asked the Finance Ministry to eliminate the tariff on printing paper imports from ASEAN countries. The current tariff runs at 5 per cent...
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(Canada) After years of doom and gloom, some B.C. forest company executives have suddenly seen a light at the end of the tunnel, a light so bright they think they're in heaven. What could possibly break their mood of doom and gloom? Log exports.
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(EU/Russia) With the goal of spurring investment in wood-processing capacity in Russia, Moscow put incremental tariffs on timber exports in 2007, triggering a row with the European Union. Click the headline link above to know more about the export duty dispute.
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(Vietnam) Vietnam is estimated to import some one million tons of paper and a considerable amount of paper pulp this year, local newspaper Vietnam Economic Times reported on Tuesday.
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(India)--Aug 17, 2008-- Larsen & Toubro is in talks with Voith, Germany, with which it has a joint venture, for export of paper equipment such as drying cylinders and twin drum cylinders.
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(Finland) Finland's government will cut capital gains taxes on timber sales to help its paper sector, which accounts for almost a fifth of the country's exports, cope with a shortage of raw materials.
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(Vietnam) The Ministry of Industry and Trade has asked the Ministry of Finance to reduce the tariff on paper imports from ASEAN members to zero from the current 5 per cent to stabilise the paper market...
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(Kazakhstan) Kazakhstan Kagazy PLC, owner of one of Kazakhstan's leading industrial groups, has confirmed that its subsidiary, Kagazy Recycling LLP, has been granted tax holidays within the framework of the State support of direct investments...
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(Finland) Finland's foreign ministry said Tuesday it was in principle possible to pay subsidies to the country's pulp and paper industry in response to Russia's wood export duty increases provided the European commission cleared such a move.
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(USA) Discount Paper Products has been granted a 12-year, 50 percent tax abatement by the Milford Township Board of Trustees. The tax relief measure is expected to save Discount Paper Products owner Ed Swadish an estimated $31,000 per year in taxes or $378,000 during the abatement...
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(Finland) Finland will review possible compensation to paper makers for high wood tariffs proposed by Russia, Foreign Trade Minister Paavo Vayrynen said on Thursday. Russia, a key wood source for Finnish paper producers, increased wood export duties from April to 15 Eur per cubic metre from 10 Eur.
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(USA) Boise Inc. has paid two years of back property taxes to Clarke County — almost $3.07 million — partly winding up a dispute over 2006 and 2007 taxes on the company's Jackson paper mill...
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(USA) A $182 million tax break for Weyerhaeuser, tucked inside the farm bill, was expected to help the century-old timber company fend off a major restructuring sought by Wall Street that could have forced it to sell off its mills and increase logging on its forest lands.
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