TORONTO – The Ontario government’s plans to make “strategic investments” to help attract automotive assembly to the Canadian province bodes well for Ford Motor Co.’s desire to make its Oakville operations a flexible campus. Comments by Ontario Minister of Economic Development Development and Trade Joseph Cordiano this week that the province will compete against U.S. states for plants with incentives coincides with negotiations in Dearborn concerning the fate of Oakville. Mercury ...
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