Rising newsprint prices and a trade spat with Canada over paper may force newsprint prices higher and force some daily newspapers to cut publication days or fold, industry leaders say. Tennessee state Rep. Jason Powell, D-Nashville, reads a newspaper in April.
Rising newsprint prices and a trade spat with Canada over paper may force newsprint prices higher and force some daily newspapers to cut publication days or fold, industry leaders say. Tennessee state Rep. Jason Powell, D-Nashville, reads a newspaper in April. Mark Humphrey AP
Rising newsprint prices and a trade spat with Canada over paper may force newsprint prices higher and force some daily newspapers to cut publication days or fold, industry leaders say. Tennessee state Rep. Jason Powell, D-Nashville, reads a newspaper in April. Mark Humphrey AP

Newspapers' bad news in U.S. gets worse, courtesy of trade spat

December 29, 2017 10:56 AM