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Canada’s Ontario commits C$40 million to bolstering auto sector

February 14th TORONTO (Reuters) – Ontario, home to much of Canada’s auto industry, announced C$40.2 million ($30.18 million) in technology-focused funds for the auto industry on Thursday, aimed largely at developing next-generation manufacturing workers, as part of a new 10-year [...]

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Canada’s Ontario commits C$40 million to bolstering auto sector

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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 said on Wednesday amid a diplomatic dispute [...]

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UPDATE 7-Third Canadian detained in China amid Huawei dispute

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Make or break for Trump’s plan to fix NAFTA as new free trade deal with Canada and Mexico is perilously close to NOT being struck.

By Reuters through the Daily Mail – 7 May 2018 Talks to update the NAFTA trade deal enter a make-or-break week on Monday, as ministers from Canada, the United States and Mexico seek to resolve an impasse in key areas [...]

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Make or break for Trump’s plan to fix NAFTA as new free trade deal with Canada and Mexico is perilously close to NOT being struck.

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Canadian PM optimistic over NAFTA as deal on autos seen possible

Canadian PM optimistic over NAFTA as deal on autos seen possible

David Ljunggren – Reuters March 21, 2018 OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday for the first time that a deal to renegotiate NAFTA was likely, amid signs negotiators may be closer to settling one of [...]

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Canadian PM optimistic over NAFTA as deal on autos seen possible

Canadian PM optimistic over NAFTA as deal on autos seen possible

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U.S. drops auto-content proposal in NAFTA talks, report says

The Canadian Press and Reuters via Automotive News. WASHINGTON — The U.S. government has dropped a demand that all vehicles made in Canada and Mexico for export to the United States contain at least 50 percent U.S. content, The Globe [...]

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U.S. drops auto-content proposal in NAFTA talks, report says

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