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We are gathering anecdotal information regarding the impact on Ontario companies related to the steel/aluminum tariffs. If you have been affected by the tariffs, could you reply to this email with answers to the questions below.
Thank you for your timely response.
As a result of the U.S. government’s imposition of a 25% tariff on Canadian steel/10% Aluminum exported to the U.S.,
1. Have you (Ontario company) experienced any negative impacts/hardship? For example,
a. Declining profitability – (e.g. slowdown in sales/orders to the U.S.)
b. Employment impacts – (e.g. layoffs, reduction in shifts or freeze on hiring)
c. Delay in investment decisions – (e.g. delay in potential expansions, hiring of new staff or cancellation of projects)
2. Have your U.S. customers experienced any negative impacts/hardship? For example,
a. Declining profitability for U.S. customers – (e.g. lower margins as a result of higher Canadian steel input costs).
I will be bringing this information forward to inform my Toronto colleagues of the impacts or anticipated impacts in the region.
Senior Business Advisor
Southwestern Ontario Region
Ontario Investment Office
Ministry of Economic Development and Growth | Ministère du Développement économique et de la Croissance
Ministry of Research, Innovation and Science | Ministère de la Recherche, de l’Innovation et des Sciences
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