Country Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Canadian Automotive and Transportation Industry

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The Canadian Automotive Industry is faced with challenging business conditions. Aging baby boomers, changing consumer preferences resulting in emergence of new growth drivers for the industry, availability of skilled labor in the future, Canada-U.S. border congestion, and growth of public transit system are all expected to have an impact on the vehicle manufacturers and the Canadian Automotive and Transportation Policy. This Country Industry Forecast service gives an in-depth analysis of the key social, labor, and infrastructure related challenges faced by the Canadian Automotive Industry.

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Country Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Canadian Automotive and Transportation Industry, Overview of Transportation in CanadaIndustry ProfileContribution to the Canadian EconomyCountry Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Canadian Automotive and Transportation Industry, Trends in the Canadian Automotive and Transportation IndustryPassenger Transportation SegmentPersonal Expenditure on TransportationVehicle Ownership in CanadaDemographicsCar Sharing Schemes in Canada–Gaining PopularityCommercial Transportation SegmentMarket Trends Commercial Transport by ModeCountry Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Canadian Automotive and Transportation Industry, Labor and the Canadian Automotive and Transportation IndustryTransportation IndustryLabor Market Trends in CanadaAutomotive IndustryEmployment Trends in the Automotive IndustryCountry Industry Forecast - Social Infrastructure & Labor Analysis for the Canadian Automotive and Transportation Industry, Transport Infrastructure in CanadaCanadian Government InitiativesGovernment Spending on TransportationConservative Party and Canadian National Infrastructure UpgradeCanada–U.S. Border CongestionKey Initiatives taken by the Federal Government and the Ontario GovernmentFuture Prospects for the Canadian Transportation IndustryKey Findings




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