Shutdowns (Institutional)

This City Once Made Much of What Canada Bought. But No More.

But Mr. Corp nevertheless contrasted the promises of prosperity made in 1989, when Canada signed a trade deal with the United States that became Nafta, with the pending G.E. shutdown and Peterborough’s unemployment rate, which spiked at 9.6 percent last summer, Canada’s highest at the time. His views about Nafta …

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Looking at Blue-Collar Factory Jobs in the Rearview Mirror

To be honest, I felt a bit nervous about it. I’m used to agonizing over every word I write, not talking off the cuff in public. But in the end, this trip back to Indianapolis felt almost like a homecoming. I’d been there enough times to have acquired a favorite …

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