Industry backs furniture export crackdowns
But it said the government could not be forced to adopt the policies because it „does not need to“, despite the growing concern on all sides of the fence to ensure trade does not undermine the country’s economic and cultural heritage.
A spokeswoman for the foreign minister did not respond to a query about whether the government would seek new trade deals after t바카라he announcement.
The Department of Trade was responsible for setting the guidelines that govern international trade, it said.
It is not clear how the cabinet has arrived at its decision. It also did not provide any information about whether the guidelines will apply to other countries with which Canada may have to sign an export deal, although the U.S. and the EU would still be obliged to follow 우리카지노them.
The industry supports exports, but many worry about impact of the crackdown
The decision came in response to a letter to the deputy minister from a coalition group of trade unions and trade unions. It asks how the cabinet could consider changing its policy if it does not have to „make the government‘jarvees.coms case“.
It said it welcomed the decision to make exports more environmentally friendly and in the long run will encourage manufacturers to invest in environmental measures.
The industry also expressed fears the guidelines will not adequately address an industry that has been singled out for criticism and will harm jobs in the export sector.
A spokesman for the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters‘ Association said it was hopeful the government will stick to its position.
„It is a tough, challenging and long-term process, but I am pleased that Canada has finally made a decision to do right by our economy,“ said Chris McRae. „Manufacturers can finally rest assured that they will not be left behind.
The new rules will help to ensure fair and effective export controls in the sector. — CJMECU (@cjmecuci) January 22, 2016
The government must find time to update the trade rules and come back with an updated strategy
Industry says it wants more access to the world’s manufacturing hub
David Bovy, a spokesman for the association, said: „I think that we have been hearing a lot of different voices on this issue and to see some kind of agreement for a trade agreement to get to market, it will take time. We were hoping it would come this far a month ago so that could have been an optimistic sign but I’m hopeful that the cabinet has found some time and the government has been willin