Posts Tagged ‘tariffs’

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Publisher’s Notebook: New Format & Size For Your JN

Arthur Horwitz The edition of the Detroit Jewish News currently in your hands may feel a bit different. It is. It has been re-formatted in a way to consume less newsprint while continuing to provide you with the useful, credible information you expect from us. A trade-and-tariff war initiated by our country’s president early in…

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In Support Of Trump

There have been a number of op-eds and articles in the JN this past year critical of President Trump and supportive of the Resistance Movement. I am proud to say I was and am a Jewish Trump supporter. While I would not use his phraseology, Trump was the only candidate who understood the issues that…

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Canadian Newsprint Is Not the Enemy — Tariffs Are

The Department of Commerce recently announced counter-vailing and anti-dumping duties on Canadian imports of newsprint. These duties range as high as 32 percent. The sole petitioner seeking protection is North Pacific Paper Company (NORPAC), a single mill in Washington state that is owned by a New York–based hedge fund. No other U.S. newsprint mills have…

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