"Protectionist" measures meant to insulate Canada’s auto industry from divestment are doomed to fail, warns a Canadian political science professor. With swords hanging over two Ontario assembly plants and the memory of a Quebec plant’s demise still painfully fresh, the Canadian Auto Workers union uses the Big Three negotiations as a stage to promote the establishment of a Canadian auto policy. One plausible element of such a policy is a "revenue-neutral tax-and-grant scheme," says Jim ...
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