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ABITIBI-PRICE TAKES DOWNTIME AT TWO OF ITS UNCOATED GROUNDWOOD PAPERS MILLS

 QUEBEC, March 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Abitibi-Price Inc. (NYSE: ABY) announced today that up to ten days of production downtime will be taken at its Alma and Beaupr, Quebec, mills beginning March 22, 1993. This shutdown is in response to the prevailing supply/demand imbalance and will reduce production of the company's uncoated groundwood directory, offset and forms paper grades.
 Abitibi-Price, a major competitor in the global forest products industry, is a manufacturer and marketer of newsprint and uncoated groundwood papers. The company is a prominent distributor of office and information-processing products, as well as a converter of industrial goods and products for home, school and office use.
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 /CONTACT: Lucien Emond, Director, Public Affairs, Commercial Business, Qubec, PQ, 418-647-2208; or Robert J. Tait, Manager, Investor Relations, Toronto, Ontario, 416-369-6789/
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