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H.Res. 1699 (111th): Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that foreign countries have engaged in unfair trade practices in the United States with regards to paper products.

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9/29/2010--Introduced. Encourages the International Trade Commission (ITC) to give the same consideration to the pending determination of certain coated paper products as it had previously in the case of lightweight thermal paper.

Supports the efforts of the U.S. paper industry to ensure that competition within the global paper market is kept on a level playing field.

Recognizes the vital contributions of the U.S. paper industry to innovation, employment, and the very fabric of life in the United States.