The Canadian Press

2015-10-06 | FedExln Conservatives

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Prime Minister Harper has unveiled a plan to spend more than one-billion dollars over 10 years to help the auto industry deal with the impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. He says a re-elected Conservative government would also offer non-repayable grants to companies that make firm commitments to build new auto assembly plants. Harper says all of his actions regarding the TPP are to protect and create jobs, and is defending the government's decision to extend billions of dollars in compensation for the dairy industry. (Harper says the auto industry on the other hand is an export-oriented sector and that's why Canada must be in the TPP.)

Date: 2015-10-06
Placeline: WHITBY, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 22 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << clearly to make sure we maintain the value of the quota system the revenue of our Farmers going forward but we need this particular compensation package in that has been the government has made an absolute commitment through several campaigns that we would keep our supply management sector intact that's what we're doing it is but you know for the most part not an export-oriented sector although there are trade opportunities for them in the deal >>


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