TORONTO, Dec 16 (Reuters) - The Ontario government announced a C$500-million ($431-million) initiative on Friday to help attract investment to its lagging manufacturing sector and stay globally competitive. With its Advanced Manufacturing Investment Strategy, the Canadian province hopes to work with industry partners to develop and implement leading technologies to rejuvenate its manufacturing sector, which is Ontario's biggest job creator. The announcement comes near the end of a year ...
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