Foreign carriers still print timetables for a number of reasons:
- in many countries, online booking and computer ownership aren't nearly as common
- they're a sign of prestige... look at Middle Eastern carriers like Emirates, Qatar Airways and Gulf Air, who print very high-quality schedules on glossy paper, complete with full-color route maps and aircraft diagrams
- they recognize that most people would rather have a schedule in hand than on an electronic screen
With that said, there are some foreign airlines (KLM, Varig, Qantas, SAS) who have also stopped printing timetables.
American Airlines announced last summer that they would begin to offer a printed timetable again, but to the best of my knowledge this never happened. There's just no money for any extras right now, no matter how convenient they might be.