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Bombardier job cuts raise questions on impact of Buy America Act

CBC.ca Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Bombardier's job cuts at its Thunder Bay, Ont., plant have raised questions as to how much the Buy America Act factored into aerospace company's troubles and if the legislation has had a big impact on Canadian industries.
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