Canada’s federal government makes available C$700 million ($566 million) to support struggling suppliers while also establishing a program to insure new-vehicle warranties offered by General Motors of Canada Ltd. and Chrysler Canada. The government’s goal is to “help achieve a viable industry that maintains Canada’s share of Canada-U.S. production going forward,” says International Trade Minister Stockwell Day. The measures parallel similar U.S. aid programs established by the Obama ...
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