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CTMA to discuss assistance programs at Nov. 22 meeting in Toronto

Toronto, ON -- The next meeting of the Toronto Chapter of CTMA (Canadian Tooling & Machining Association) features ...


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November 9, 2007
By MRO Magazine

Toronto, ON — The next meeting of the Toronto Chapter of CTMA (Canadian Tooling & Machining Association) features a dinner and a panel discussion on ‘Assistance to Compete in the Modern Economy’. The event will be held at The Old Scott House Restaurant at 520 Progress Ave., Scarborough, Ont., on November 22, 2007, beginning at 6:00 p.m.

The panel will include a presentation by Rick Mohorovich, a senior business consultant from Ontarios Ministry of Economic Development & Trade and Yoshihiko (Yoshi) Ichida, an investment advisor from JETRO – the Japan External Trade Organization of Toronto.

Topics to be covered include:
$650 Million Next Generation Jobs Fund
$500 Million Advanced Manufacturing Investment Strategy
Canadian Dollar Strategies
New Markets & Export Assistance
How to Approach or Deal with Japanese Auto Parts Companies in North America
How to Collaborate with Japanese Buyers and Suppliers.

The registration fee is $55.00 + GST per person for members, or $65 for future members. To register, fax your contact information and payment details to the CTMA office 519-653-6764, or visit www.ctma.com for more information.

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