HAMILTON, Ont., Canada – Auto makers annually spend millions of extra dollars to meet regulations in the U.S. and Canada that are close to identical, but not close enough. The Canadian Automotive Partnership Council (CAPC), forged in 2002 to advance the nation's auto sector, is urging an expedient harmonization of as many regulations as possible, Magna International Inc. co-CEO Don Walker says. In addition to suppliers, Canadian Auto Workers officials, government representatives and ...

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