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What the hell is wrong with this sentence?

number287number287 Registered User Posts: 49 Junior Member
(Despite) its cultural importance, the Daily Gazette (lost) 70 percent of its subscribers since 1920 and, by 1955, (was loosing) (as much as) $ 200,000 a year. (no error).
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