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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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Waymo’s choice to build in Detroit likely to create spinoff benefits for Windsor

Waymo’s choice to build in Detroit likely to create spinoff benefits for Windsor

Waymo, the Google-connected company seeking to advance self-driving vehicles, announced Tuesday it will open a manufacturing facility in Detroit. Dave Battagello, Windsor Star, April 23, 2019 The decision spells good news locally given how the Windsor Assembly Plant has benefited [...]

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Waymo’s choice to build in Detroit likely to create spinoff benefits for Windsor

Waymo’s choice to build in Detroit likely to create spinoff benefits for Windsor

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New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

The Canadian Press via National Post, CTV News April 18, 2019. Mike Blanchfield OTTAWA — With Washington riveted to the Mueller report, a comprehensive economic assessment of the new North American free trade deal quietly emerged Thursday, predicting less-than-stellar economic gains [...]

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New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

New U.S. trade report predicts modest economic gains from new NAFTA

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Antipollution requirements of the automotive market could change

A majority of Canadians, and an even larger number of Quebecers, want vehicle-based manufacturing standards to be maintained or strengthened, a poll found. Isabelle Grignon-Francke, La Presse April 18, 2019 To respect this citizen’s desire, the Canadian government should break [...]

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Antipollution requirements of the automotive market could change

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