(Blunt & Nantias – Globe & Mail)
As leading advocates for our respective countries’ automotive manufacturing industries, we recognize the unique relationship that exists between the Canadian and U.S. economies, especially as it relates to manufacturing and trade. Our two economies don’t simply trade goods with each other, we design and build things together for sale in the global marketplace and, in that process, support millions of jobs.
One of the economic challenges our economies and industries face is an overdue need to make improvements to our shared border. The importance of a harmonized system of border operations is apparent due to the costs of cross-border movement of auto manufacturing production parts. Read more here.
Date: April 2, 2012