The Future of Canada's Auto Industry offers a look at this crucial sector of the Canadian economy circa 1982, with special emphasis on changes in the industrial heartland of Southern Ontario. Faced simultaneously with Japanese competition and retrenchment by United States' corporations, the contemporary Canadian industry seemed to be in irrevocable decline. To mitigate the effects of this, Perry examined areas of specialization where Canada, with its advantages in energy-intensive products, could be competitive in the world market. In the end he outlines two basic options for national policymakers--restructuring the industry for viability or watching its decline. The Future of Canada's Auto Industry offers an analysis of one of Canada's most important industries at a crucial period in its development.Automotive Parts Diagram 1-3 illustrates the structure and operation of the Canadian automotive parts industry as of 1975. ... parts production. These multinational firms include Rockwell International, Bendix, Hayes-Dana, TRW. Eaton-Yale.
|Title||:||The Future of Canada's Auto Industry|
|Publisher||:||James Lorimer & Company - 1982-01-01|