Spokesman for Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Ottawa won’t change course in response to the president’s message.
Canada’s largest auto parts maker anticipates net income to drop by $100 million
EV maker’s stock rises sharply after Musk tweets $72 billion buyout proposal.
The Montreal-based transportation giant’s regional aircraft order backlog rose to 116 planes, enough for three years of production.
Eight Democratic attorneys general filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to block the settlement. They also sought the restraining order, arguing the 3D guns would be a safety risk.
A Canadian government official told The Canadian Press on Sunday that deputy international trade minister Timothy Sargent would attend the meeting on Canada’s behalf.
The tribunal’s inquiry follows investigations by the Canada Border Services Agency on dumping and subsidies.
The 15-year-old company has reported only two quarterly profits and has never made a profit for a full year.
The study found U.S. auto production can’t quickly increase, taking at least a year to convert an under-utilized plant and on average two years to build a new assembly facility.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has insisted that Canada introduced stronger safeguards on steel well before the U.S. imposed the tariffs.