The Press: Newsprint Paper

In 1924, North America produced 2,900,000 tons of newsprint paper— a new high record for all time. Of this total, 1,471,000 tons were made in U. S. mills, and 1,353,000 tons in Canada. U. S. production was smaller in 1924 than in the year preceding by 14,000 tons, and 40,000 tons under the 1920 record. But Canadian output, last year, rose 87,000 tons over 1923, and was 54% over its 1920 production. Experts now predict that, in 1925 and subsequent years, Canada's newsprint paper output will surpass that of the U. S....

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