Employment in the Canadian auto parts sector is rebounding, just as suppliers report backlash from the Canadian government’s failure to back the U.S. war with Iraq. Canadian auto parts makers employed 98,114 in 2002, a 3.2% increase over the 95,060 employed in 2001, according to DesRosiers Automotive Consultants of Richmond Hill, Ont., Canada. It falls just shy of the 98,154 who worked for suppliers in 2000. The picture is not as rosy on the vehicle assembly side in Canada, ...
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