Examining the Place of Government in the Canadian Automotive Sector


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Examining the Place of Government in the Canadian Automotive Sector
The following paper shall explore the role of the Canadian government in the Canadian automotive sector. In particular, the ensuing essay will look at the current crisis and the government’s response to that crisis vis-à-vis the flagging Canadian automotive sector. The paper shall, amongst other things, look at how the Canadian government has introduced policies in the past such as the Auto Pact and how Canada’s position vis-à-vis the United States impacts the domestic auto industry. The paper shall also briefly address matters such as protectionism and the international trade in automobiles might become contentious issues in the future. When all is said and done, Canadian...
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