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Windsor Morning | Feb 27, 2013 | 7:05

The Auto Industry Is Booming - Why Isn't Windsor?

With North American auto production approaching record numbers, you'd think Windsor would be in perfect position to take advantage of it. That's not the case. University of Windsor auto expert Tony Faria explained why we're on the sidelines this time.

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