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Canada Automotive industry  is the country’s largest manufacturing sector and accounts for 15 percent of North American vehicle production. There are 37 high-volume assembly plants within a 500-kilometer radius of the Windsor-Detroit border. These plants produced 7.4 million vehicles in 2013. Canada also has one of the lowest cost structures among advanced economies, with an overall cost advantage of 3 percent over the United States and 3.5 percent over Japan in the auto parts sector. The domestic vehicles market is steady growing and in the 2016 could reach the 2 million units, first time ever.

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