The Canadian automobile manufacturing industry includes about 40 employer establishments (single-location companies and units of multi-location companies) with combined annual revenue of about $60 billion. The industry is dominated by five major companies: FCA Canada, Ford Motor Company of Canada, General Motors of Canada, Honda Canada, and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada. Canada ranks among the world’s largest automobile manufacturing nations, despite not having its own national brand.
Automobile manufacturing is driven by personal income levels, interest rates, and consumer demand for new vehicles. Due to the industry’s high reliance
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