Today, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promo, Small Company and Economic Advancement, and the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Development, Science and Market, met Canadian service, vehicle sector, and labour leaders to go over advocacy efforts associated with the United States’ Buy America policy and proposed tax credits for electrical cars …
November 25, 2021 – Ottawa, Ontario – Global Affairs Canada
Today, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promo, Small Company and Economic Advancement, and the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Development, Science and Market, consulted with Canadian organization, vehicle sector, and labour leaders to go over advocacy efforts connected to the United States’ Buy America policy and proposed tax credits for electrical automobiles.
The ministers met leaders from the Aluminium Association of Canada, the Automotive Components Manufacturers’ Association, business Council of Canada, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, the Canadian Steel Producers Association, the Canadian Car Manufacturers’ Association, General Motors Canada, Honda Canada, the Labourers’ International Union of The United States And Canada, Magna International, Stellantis Canada, Toyota Canada, Unifor, and the United Steelworkers.
The ministers acknowledged the considerable contributions the guests have actually made, and continue to make, to promote on behalf of employees, market, and individuals on both sides of the border, and the crucial function they will play in post-pandemic financial healing efforts.
Throughout the virtual round table, the ministers declared the Federal government of Canada’s continued and considerable worry about the prejudiced, protectionist aspects of the U.S. tax credits for electrical cars proposed in the existing variation of the Build Back Better expense and the effect they would have on the Canadian economy and numerous countless tasks. They likewise kept in mind that the tax credits run counter to shared Canada-United States goals on automobile production, labour, and the environment, in addition to U.S. trade responsibilities under the Canada-United States-Mexico Arrangement.
They likewise highlighted Canada’s dissatisfaction with the protectionist Buy America requirements included in the just recently passed Facilities Financial Investment and Jobs Act The ministers stressed that Canada anticipates a mutual trading relationship with its trading partners, and will continue to engage the U.S. administration on Buy America arrangements that damage tasks and employees on both sides of the shared border.
The ministers devoted to continuing advocacy straight with their equivalents, the U.S administration and Congress. The ministers repeated their dedication to working as Group Canada with Canadian market and labour and with partners on both sides of the border to boost the competitiveness of the North American automobile market, and to promote for Canadian employees, market, and individuals.
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets the President of the United States of America, Joe Biden
- Minister Ng consults with United States Trade Agent Katherine Tai
- Minister Ng meets United States Trade Agent Tai in Washington
- Minister Ng consults with members of U.S. Congress on enhancing Canada-United States trade relations
- Canada-United States relations
- Plan for a Restored United States-Canada Collaboration
- Canada-United States-Mexico Contract (CUSMA)
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