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Corporate welfare and the gullible governments that pay it

Opinion: Ottawa and Ontario just gave Toyota $220 million for something it likely would have done anyway. Governments need to wise up.

Lust turns to rust: Why Canada’s love for cars won’t end well

Wishful thinking can’t triumph over reality forever. And so Canada’s car boom can’t last, either.
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Sizzle returns to the auto show

With the U.S. economy on the mend, automakers get back to what they do best at car shows: delight and entertain
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The economy in February: signs of the time

Yale University is now a debt collector. Amazon enters the second-hand market.
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Volkswagen on the straight and narrow

The German auto manufacturer simplifies its style
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South Africa and the Marikana effect

After a strike left 34 dead, one mining firm increased wages by 22 per cent. Could the deal be contagious?
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Das auto giant

Volkswagen is on track to become the world’s biggest automaker by volume
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How Kia and Hyundai became cool

Once the butt of jokes, the South Korean companies are suddenly the fastest-growing automakers
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The greenest car of all?

Nissan believes its purely electric Leaf car, not hybrids, is the way of the future