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Spinoff benefits for local suppliers from Toyota announcement

Spinoff benefits for local suppliers from Toyota announcement

Dave Waddell, Windsor Star April 29, 2019 Toyota Canada’s announcement Monday of new vehicle production at its Cambridge site is good news for southwestern Ontario automotive suppliers. Toyota President Fred Volf confirmed the company had picked its Ontario operations to [...]

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Spinoff benefits for local suppliers from Toyota announcement

Spinoff benefits for local suppliers from Toyota announcement

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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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‘It’s just a report’: U.S. business groups play down coming analysis of new NAFTA deal

‘It’s just a report’: U.S. business groups play down coming analysis of new NAFTA deal

Daniel Dale, Toronto Star, Washington Bureau Chief Thursday, April 4, 2019 WASHINGTON—A coalition of businesses pushing Congress to approve the new trade deal with Canada and Mexico says the public shouldn’t put too much stock in this month’s official estimate [...]

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‘It’s just a report’: U.S. business groups play down coming analysis of new NAFTA deal

‘It’s just a report’: U.S. business groups play down coming analysis of new NAFTA deal

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Freeland says Canada won’t reopen USMCA trade talks to address Democrat demands

Freeland says Canada won’t reopen USMCA trade talks to address Democrat demands

Adrian Morrow, Globe and Mail April 4th, 2019 Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada will not reopen trade talks to satisfy the demands of congressional Democrats, putting further pressure on the ratification process of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement. President Donald [...]

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Freeland says Canada won’t reopen USMCA trade talks to address Democrat demands

Freeland says Canada won’t reopen USMCA trade talks to address Democrat demands

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