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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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New Detroit plant means thousands of new Windsor jobs — auto parts boss

New Detroit plant means thousands of new Windsor jobs — auto parts boss

Dave Battagello, Windsor Star March 1, 2019 The head of Canada’s Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association estimates there could potentially be a 10-per-cent economic boost to industry in the Windsor area equating to roughly 3,000 new jobs thanks to Fiat Chrysler [...]

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New Detroit plant means thousands of new Windsor jobs — auto parts boss

New Detroit plant means thousands of new Windsor jobs — auto parts boss

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Canadian ambassador to U.S. expects Trump will lift steel, aluminum tariffs in ‘next few weeks’

Adrian Morrow, The Globe and Mail February 21, 2019 Ottawa’s ambassador to the United States says he is confident the Trump administration will lift tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum in “the next few weeks.” Ambassador David MacNaughton told a [...]

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Canadian ambassador to U.S. expects Trump will lift steel, aluminum tariffs in ‘next few weeks’

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‘Enormous economic harm’: Auto tariffs would add to pain of other trade measures, report says

Center for Automotive Research study details ‘profoundly negative’ price hikes, job losses — 90% attributable to tariffs Naomi Powell, Financial Post February 15, 2019 U.S. tariffs on auto imports would compound the pain of other recent trade measures, with the [...]

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‘Enormous economic harm’: Auto tariffs would add to pain of other trade measures, report says

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