EXCLUSIVE: CANADA: Terrorism affects car plants
The terrorist crisis in the United States has affected the automotive industry inside Canada and plants near the border between the two countries, forcing some manufacturers to shut plants down temporarily, writes Monica Dobie. Delays of up to 20 hours at border crossings from the US to Ontario, caused by a tightening of security, have slowed the delivery of American-made parts to assembly plants in Canada.
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