An anti-dumping petition launched by a hedge fund has the potential to drive up the cost of newspapers and even drive some small-town newspapers out of business, leaving their subscribers with less access to information about what is happening in their own community. Isnt it time to take a good look at whether anti-dumping measures make any sense at all for consumers? Especially when almost all products require inputs from beyond any one nations borders
The anti-dumping petition in question was brought by the North Pacific Paper Company, which was recently acquired by a New York-based…

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