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CETA and Canada's auto industry : making a bad situation worse

Author: Jim Stanford; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives,
Publisher: [Ottawa, Ontario] : Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives = Centre canadien de politiques alternatives, Beaconsfield, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, [2014] 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Current Canada-EU automotive trade. Trade data (values) ; Vehicles imported to Canada from Europe ; What vehicles does Canada export to Europe? ; Foreign direct investment ; Macroeconomic factors -- Reported automotive provisions of the CETA. Locking in a huge deficit ; Incremental impacts of tariff elimination ; Impact on investment decisions ; Rules of origin derogation -- Conclusions and recommendations -- Notes.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Commercial treaties
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jim Stanford; Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives,
ISBN: 1771251085 9781771251082
OCLC Number: 889257924
Notes: "May 2014."
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Description: 1 online resource (38 pages) : colour illustrations
Other Titles: Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement and Canada's auto industry
Responsibility: Jim Stanford.
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Abstract:

Current Canada-EU automotive trade. Trade data (values) ; Vehicles imported to Canada from Europe ; What vehicles does Canada export to Europe? ; Foreign direct investment ; Macroeconomic factors -- Reported automotive provisions of the CETA. Locking in a huge deficit ; Incremental impacts of tariff elimination ; Impact on investment decisions ; Rules of origin derogation -- Conclusions and recommendations -- Notes.

"This paper is organized into three main sections. First it will review the current status of bilateral automotive trade and investment relationships between Canada and the EU. Second, the paper describes the automotive features of the proposed CETA (insofar as they have been reported, keeping in mind that the Canadian government has not publicly released the full text of the proposed deal), and considers their likely effects on Canadian automotive trade, investment, and employment. The paper concludes with an overall analysis of CETA's effects, and makes several concrete recommendations regarding how the CETA could be altered so as to be less damaging to this key export industry"--

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