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    NAFTA and the North American Auto Industry

    APMA's round-up of articles on NAFTA and the need for free trade-partners. Read More
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    Over the course of the next five (5) years, the apmaTEC will have a fleet of twenty (20) vehicles which will include commercial buses, utility vehicles, minivans, SUVs, CUVs and Sedans. Read More
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    Automotive Supplier Competitiveness Improvement Program (ASCIP)

    Through Automotive Supplier Competitive Improvement Program (ASCIP), small and medium sized automotive suppliers, or large companies partnering with small or medium sized automotive suppliers, can apply for to up to $100,000 in project funding. Read More
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USMCA Agreement-Everything You Need to Know But Don’t Know Who to Ask

What does the USMCA mean for you and your company?  How does it differ from the current NAFTA Agreement? New terms in the agreement will mean more business potential for automotive suppliers in Canada at full transition.  How will your [...]

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USMCA Agreement-Everything You Need to Know But Don’t Know Who to Ask

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United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement

United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement

Dear Members, Canada, its largest trading partner, the United States and Mexico have agreed to the USMCA (United States-Mexico-Canada) Trade Agreement to replace the existing NAFTA.This is the first trade deal between major auto producing nations since the original NAFTA [...]

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United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement

United States-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement

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New Mexican trade secretary fears USMCA could face opposition in next U.S. Congress

New Mexican trade secretary fears USMCA could face opposition in next U.S. Congress

STEPHANIE NOLEN, LATIN AMERICA CORRESPONDENT ERIC ATKINS ADRIAN MORROW, U.S. CORRESPONDENT MEXICO CITY, TORONTO, WASHINGTON Globe and Mail, OCTOBER 29, 2018 Mexico’s incoming trade chief says the new trilateral trade pact with the United States and Canada is far from [...]

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New Mexican trade secretary fears USMCA could face opposition in next U.S. Congress

New Mexican trade secretary fears USMCA could face opposition in next U.S. Congress

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Input on Bottlenecks in Transportation Infrastructure

Transport Canada’s Trade Policy Group is preparing four Regional Transportation Assessments (Atlantic, Quebec, Ontario, West) to help identify existing trade and transportation patterns across Canada, as well as existing and potential infrastructure bottlenecks to trade. The information collected will help [...]

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Input on Bottlenecks in Transportation Infrastructure

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Sticker shock: Trump’s new trade deal could bring higher car prices

Sticker shock: Trump’s new trade deal could bring higher car prices

By MEGAN CASSELLA and ADAM BEHSUDI October 9, 2018 President Donald Trump’s new North American trade deal could lead to some increased investment in the U.S., as he promised — but it will come at a price to consumers. The [...]

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Sticker shock: Trump’s new trade deal could bring higher car prices

Sticker shock: Trump’s new trade deal could bring higher car prices

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