Ontario will invest C$625 million ($418 million) over five years to make the Canadian auto industry more competitive and calls on the federal government to match the commitment. Ontario Premier Ernie Eves made the announcement at the General Motors Corp. facility in Oshawa, Ont., yesterday, with Jim Flaherty, minister of Enterprise, Opportunity and Innovation. They are the men Chrysler Group has been lobbying for financial support to build a new vehicle assembly plant in Windsor, Ont. (see ...
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