After seven months of protectionist rhetoric from President Donald Trump’s administration, the Canadian aerospace and defense industries may look to increase business ties to the Asia-Pacific region. A new report from the Conference Board of Canada warns Canadian companies that they must no longer be content with supplying U.S. companies, especially as sales of narrowbody aircraft surge. Not only that, Canada’s nonprofit, nonpartisan economic trend analysis group said in a ...


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