That's a completely different point. The market for film is worldwide since Fujifilm produces their film in a single location. Even if Asia and North America were equal in film consumption (they might be), cutting off North America hurts the rest of the world because that one plant producing film now has that much less volume to make, creating even greater inefficiency.
Originally Posted by StoneNYC
There is no doubt in my mind that Provia 400X and Neopan 400 are gone world wide. That is the only logical explanation.