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  • n. A person or company that makes paper


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  • Japanese papermaker Nippon Paper Group Inc. reached a similar decision with production suspended at six of its plants in the Tohoku region of northern Japan.

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  • NewPage and its creditors haven't yet held detailed discussions on how to restructure the papermaker or talked about specific deal terms, the people said.

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  • NewPage Corp., the struggling Ohio-based papermaker owned by Cerberus Capital Management LP, is in discussions over financing that would keep the company afloat during possible bankruptcy proceedings, said people familiar with the matter.

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  • But, in coming months, Cerberus faces another potential problem in Ohio-based NewPage Corp., a troubled papermaker whose bonds tumbled in heavy trading Thursday after the company reported a first-quarter loss.

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  • The positions in NewPage's debt give Apollo and Avenue a big voice in looming discussions with Cerberus over how to restructure the papermaker.

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  • NewPage, the struggling papermaker owned by private-equity firm Cerberus Capital Management, filed for bankruptcy protection.

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  • NewPage Corp., the struggling papermaker owned by private-equity firm Cerberus Capital Management LP, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Wednesday in Delaware.

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  • Hong Kong superstar Donnie Yen portrays a modest papermaker raising a family in a quiet village—but he may be a vicious killer in hiding!

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  • Under the watermark fields, the user can search by information on paper itself such as place of origin, papermaker, paper mill, etc. to find all watermarks with those common characteristics.

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  • They are Diana Arends, an aluminum can maker; Matt Dossett, a rubber worker; Andy Nirschl, a papermaker, and Kevin Vest, a copper miner.

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