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4 thoughts on “UPS Wants Higher Postal Rates but Supreme Court Denies Cert”

  1. I find it hilarious that ups and fed ex cant get usps in on their price fixing and collusion.

    If ups and fed ex want to compete, they need to lower prices…that’s how business works.

  2. “unfairly low prices on parcels”…unfair to who? The USPS prices are already beyond ridiculous, so that just makes UPS and Fedex rates even more ridiculous, and they want to raise rates so they can make more money?

    As it is, the USPS has been fighting to stay afloat because of all the discounts places like China get — and U.S. customers are the ones making up the difference. If anyone should be bringing up a case to the Supreme Court, it should be the USPS to force other countries to pay more and stop the government from requiring that pensions be paid decades in advance.

    Another key point should be the fact that the USPS is owned and operated by The People. It’s a non-profit organization, so should be exempt from any such “unfair” claims from for-profit competitors.

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