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Canadian Innovation Day at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) – December 4, 2019

The Consulate General of Canada, in partnership with the APMA, has been granted an opportunity to showcase Canada automotive capabilities to decision makers and influencers at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) in...

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31st Annual Canada/U.S. Automotive Supplier Event

September 18, 2019, The Henry, Dearborn, MI The Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA) and the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA) are pleased to host the 31st Annual Canada/U.S. Automot...

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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, 2019Ottawa’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....

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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 import...

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How Canada’s auto industry can take advantage of new trade deals

Rob Bostelaar February 11, 2019 – Automotive News Canada TORONTO — Jim Carr, federal minister of international trade diversification, says that newly signed trade deals — particularly with fast-growing Asia — h...

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‘Long overdue’: Unifor standing behind 25,000 Mexican auto workers who’ve walked off the job

Unifor is currently campaigning against the movement of auto production to Mexico following GM’s announced plant closure in Oshawa Unifor National President Jerry Dias speaks at rally in Oshawa last month. Thi...

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Lead Reach and Connect Winter 2019 Issue

APMA’s most current issue of Lead Reach and Connect Winter 2019 is in the mail. The Winter Issue 2019 is feature rich with relevant articles reviewing the new USMCA, Steel/Aluminum Tariff Drawback Claims, SMART...

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UPDATE 7-Third Canadian detained in China amid Huawei dispute

David Ljunggren, CNBC December 20, 2018 OTTAWA, Dec 19 (Reuters) – A third Canadian has been detained in China following the arrest of a Chinese technology executive in Vancouver, a Canadian government official...

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‘Alone in the world’: Canada squeezed by superpowers in Huawei dispute

By Jessica Murphy, BBC News 19 December 2018 The arrest of Chinese telecoms executive Meng Wanzhou at the request of Washington sent the Chinese-Canada relationship spiralling into crisis. Caught between two su...

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Huawei exec’s arrest halting Chinese firms’ Canadian expansion plans, says auto sector spokesman

Federal government announces a stop to all further tourism advertising in China on temporary basis Peter Zimonjic, Katie Simpson, CBC News Dec 17, 2018 Several Chinese automakers planning to expand production i...