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This is not a domestic US problem.
But, if Norway also doesn't like the system, and is losing money as well, what then? Perhaps they're just complaining too much, too: https://fortune.com/2015/03/11/united-nations-subsidy-chinese-shipping/
This is why the UPU--an international organization--made the changes. The problem lies within that body, and is over the issue of Terminal Dues: https://www.jcampbell.com/UPU-TDs/index.html
Always the stones coming from the glass houses. I am endlessly amused.
Agree, it is the US postal system, which is very expensive. The shipping rates from Japan - for sure not a "developing country" - are also much cheaper than the one from the US. In case of US dealers, there are now often shipping rates of $ 60 and more for small items. The US shipping rates are for decades very high.
It would make sense to start to change something in the US - instead of complaining about others.
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