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Only 13% of Canadian manufacturers likely to change export strategy despite trade disputes even though 87% are looking beyond the US market

Canadian manufacturing to all appearances took a few heavy hits in disputes with its largest trading partner, the United States, yet manufacturers and exporters in Canada are a hardy group, …

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