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  • Sitemap | Canadienne des producteurs d'acier
    Photos Affiches Documentation à l appui Faits Saillants Sur L acier Liens Plan du Site pagelist depth 2 exclude 486 135 Dernières Nouvelles CSPA Welcomes Northern Gateway Decision Pipeline project promises benefits to Canadian steel sector and Canadian economy L Accord de libre échange Canada Corée du Sud souligne combien il est important de disposer de politiques justes en matière de commerce et d investissement Potential for Canadian Industrial Exports

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  • Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement Highlights Importance of Fair Trade and Investment Policies | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    procurement sectors that are major customers of steel producers The automotive sector a major element of the CKFTA negotiations accounts for about one third of the market for Canadian made steel the average vehicle containing over a tonne of steel The automotive and steel industries create skilled well paying jobs for more than 100 000 Canadians said Watkins Thus it is important that the Agreement assure genuine market access for Canadian automotive exports with appropriate rules of origin on the one hand and on the other hand contain measures to address potential import surges that would significantly disrupt our automotive supply chain relationships In addition to the specific provisions of the CKFTA CSPA advocates complementary policy measures to create more opportunity and competitive conditions for Canadian steel producers First is the need for policies to expand automotive investment in Canada CSPA was encouraged that Budget 2014 added 500 million to the Automotive Innovation Fund The government should build on this new relationship to encourage South Korea s automotive producers to make their next NAFTA investment in Canada which would create additional supplier opportunities said Watkins Second the government must maintain a strong Canadian trade remedy system to counter dumped or subsidized imports from other countries This includes steel from South Korea which has been determined on several occasions in Canada and other countries to violate the WTO trade rules FTAs must not weaken Canada s ability to apply its WTO consistent trade remedies and the government must ensure that there are adequate resources to administer these important laws said Watkins Otherwise the potential benefits of FTAs can be eroded by market distorting trade that unfairly injures domestic producers and the jobs they create across Canada Canadian steel producers are prepared to compete on a commercial basis but not against foreign

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  • Ron Watkins | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    Fully Supports Minister Fast s Action on Prince Rupert Port Project Posted on January 20 2015 by Ron Watkins Reply This week Canada s Minister of International Trade the Honourable Ed Fast dusted off a rarely used Canadian law the Foreign Extraterritorial Measures Act FEMA in support of Canadian industry What led the Minister intervene Because of an extraordinary situation in Prince Continue reading Posted in General Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Trade Remedies Leave a reply Canada Korea Free Trade Agreement Highlights Importance of Fair Trade and Investment Policies Posted on March 11 2014 by Ron Watkins OTTAWA Ont March 11 2014 The announcement of the Canada South Korea Free Trade Agreement CKFTA today marks a significant step in the government s plan to expand market access that can benefit Canadian industrial exporters These gains will require effective Continue reading Posted in General News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar JOINT PRESS RELEASE NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content CSPA PRESS RELEASE Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations Latest Tweets

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  • Plan du Site | Canadienne des producteurs d'acier
    Photos Affiches Documentation à l appui Faits Saillants Sur L acier Liens Plan du Site pagelist depth 2 exclude 486 135 Dernières Nouvelles CSPA Welcomes Northern Gateway Decision Pipeline project promises benefits to Canadian steel sector and Canadian economy L Accord de libre échange Canada Corée du Sud souligne combien il est important de disposer de politiques justes en matière de commerce et d investissement Potential for Canadian Industrial Exports

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  • CSPA | Canadian Steel Producers Association - Part 2
    Cap and Trade Policy Will Require Balanced Measures and Collaborative Policy Development to Ensure Industrial Competitiveness for Steel Producers Posted on April 14 2015 by CSPA Reply April 14 2015 Yesterday the Province of Ontario unveiled the broad outlines of a new cap and trade policy that will place hard ceilings on GHG emissions in Ontario With details of the policy yet to be developed Ontario Continue reading Posted in Environment Energy General Manufacturing Trade Economics Leave a reply CSPA Welcomes Positive Determination by Canadian International Trade Tribunal on Dumped OCTG Posted on April 2 2015 by CSPA Reply Ottawa April 2 2015 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA welcomes today s announcement by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal CITT of its determination that dumped imports of oil country tubular goods OCTG from South Korea Turkey Thailand India Philippines Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing News Releases Trade Economics Trade Remedies Leave a reply Post navigation Newer posts Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar JOINT PRESS RELEASE NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content CSPA PRESS RELEASE Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership

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  • General | Canadian Steel Producers Association - Part 2
    be developed Ontario Continue reading Posted in Environment Energy General Manufacturing Trade Economics Leave a reply CSPA Welcomes Positive Determination by Canadian International Trade Tribunal on Dumped OCTG Posted on April 2 2015 by CSPA Reply Ottawa April 2 2015 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA welcomes today s announcement by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal CITT of its determination that dumped imports of oil country tubular goods OCTG from South Korea Turkey Thailand India Philippines Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing News Releases Trade Economics Trade Remedies Leave a reply Canada s Steel Industry Fully Supports Minister Fast s Action on Prince Rupert Port Project Posted on January 20 2015 by Ron Watkins Reply This week Canada s Minister of International Trade the Honourable Ed Fast dusted off a rarely used Canadian law the Foreign Extraterritorial Measures Act FEMA in support of Canadian industry What led the Minister intervene Because of an extraordinary situation in Prince Continue reading Posted in General Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Trade Remedies Leave a reply CSPA Welcomes Decision of Canadian International Trade Tribunal on Rebar Imports Posted on January 9 2015 by Jenn Ottawa January 9 2015 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA welcomes the announcement today by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal CITT of its determination that dumped imports of concrete reinforcing bar rebar from China South Korea and Turkey and Continue reading Posted in General Member Companies News Releases Trade Economics Trade Remedies The problem is Buy America The cure is equal treatment Posted on December 16 2014 by Jenn As published in the Globe and Mail December 2 2014 Imagine British Columbia s northern coast Wild beauty deep blue water thick forests and American steel That s right At the Port of Prince Rupert in northern British Columbia

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  • Manufacturing | Canadian Steel Producers Association - Part 2
    Home About Us Our Members Contact Us Key Initiatives Trade Environment and Energy Manufacturing Skills Innovation News Media News Archives Videos Photos Posters Supporting Documentation Steel Facts Links Blog Category Archives Manufacturing Post navigation Newer posts CSPA applauds Northern Gateway recommendation Pipeline project can benefit Canadian steel producers economy as a whole Posted on December 19 2013 by Jenn OTTAWA Ont December 19 2013 The Canadian Steel Producers Association CSPA welcomes today s recommendation by the Joint Review Panel that the Government of Canada approve the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Project subject to 209 required conditions The project represents Continue reading Posted in General Manufacturing Member Companies News Releases Thoughts from the CSPA President Trade Economics Post navigation Newer posts Latest Blog Posts PRESS RELEASE Canadian Steel Producers Welcome CITT Decision Regarding Public Interest Inquiry on Imported Rebar JOINT PRESS RELEASE NAFTA steel groups urge TPP negotiators to retain higher auto value content CSPA PRESS RELEASE Statement on Current Trans Pacific Partnership Negotiations Latest Tweets RT TerrySheehanMP We re strengthening our response to unfair trade Steel SaultSteMarie CSPA ACPA Essar Steel Tenaris https t co H3Ps4J898a NEWS RELEASE CSPA welcomes joint government statement on excess capacity and structural adjustment in

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  • Canadian steel producers head to Alberta to strengthen energy industry relationships | Canadian Steel Producers Association
    government development officials and meetings with oil and gas companies The trip marks the first time our industry as a whole has mounted this type of outreach with the energy sector said CSPA president Ron Watkins Oil and gas development has become a major customer for our steel products but we believe there is more potential That is why our members decided to take this initiative to visit energy developers in the field and in the boardroom to explore how we can work better together to support growth in both sectors Oil and gas production is a major economic driver for Canada and steel is a vital part of that production From exploration and development to the infrastructure for transportation and refining to distribution of oil and gas to domestic and export markets steel is critically important in all phases of the energy sector The energy sector has grown to become a major end use of Canadian steel comparable in size to the automotive sector each accounting for approximately one third of demand for its products These important supply chain relationships reach across Canada The energy sector s continued growth is very important to the steel industry s future There are opportunities for Canadian steel makers in all phases of oil and gas projects Watkins said Innovative cost competitive steel products that build on our commitment to quality safety and environmental sustainability can expand supply chain relationships in energy and steel These in turn contribute to economic development and jobs for Canadians Canada s steel companies directly employ more than 20 000 people at facilities in eight provinces and create an additional 100 000 spin off jobs Annual shipments total approximately 14 billion The industry purchases more than 9 billion of goods and services in Canada 30 About the CSPA

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