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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, speaking at an APMA roundtable in Toronto on Monday, is being lauded by auto-industry leaders for setting the right tone for NAFTA negotiations. (Galit Rodan/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, speaking at an APMA roundtable in Toronto on Monday, is being lauded by auto-industry leaders for setting the right tone for NAFTA negotiations. (Galit Rodan/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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The federal government is doing the right things so far as it gears up for negotiations with the United States and Mexico on a new North American free-trade agreement, senior executives of Canada’s automotive-parts makers say.

The government – and major players in the industry – are in the midst of gathering facts about the impact a new NAFTA deal, border taxes or tariffs on vehicles would have on the auto sector and that should continue, executives said after a roundtable discussion in Toronto on Monday with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland.

Justin Trudeau meets with auto industry members (The Canadian Press)
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