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THE AMERICAN FOREST & Paper Association, the trade association for U.S. paper producers, has announced cuts of up to 28% of its permanent staff, and budget cuts that will eventually total as much as $10 million.
AFPA president W. Henson Moore said the cuts were made to implement the suggestions of an organizational review produced earlier this year. Other suggested changes include the disbanding of the AFPA executive committee and the reduction of the board of directors from its current 67 members to 47 in 1996, and finally to 36 by 1997.
The organizational study commented on the redundant staff left over from the 1993 merger of the National Forest Products …