This volume is distinguished both for its detailed survey of the vast movement of industrial capital across the Canadian-American frontier, and for its multi-faceted analysis of the determinants and results of this movement. The authors have achieved a broad analysis covering the international movement of capital, labour skills, and technology, as well as the significant individual personalities. First published in 1936, Canadian-American Industry has retained its reputation for discerning and wise scholarship, and is republished at a crucial time in the debate over foreign ownership.The Walkerville factory was built in 1919 and makes engines for those 4 cars and Chevrolet front axles. At capacity it would employ 2, 000 workers. The Regina, Saskatchewan, assembly plant can handle 30, 000 Chevrolets and Pontiacs a year. ... paint, hardware, and wheels are purchased from many companies in Canada.00 Output of General Motors of Canada has been roughly parallel to that of Ford.
|Author||:||Herbert Marshall, Frank Southard, Kenneth W. Taylor|
|Publisher||:||McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP - 1976-01-15|