|New International Trade Crossing|
Gov. Rick Snyder announced an agreement with Canada on Friday, June 15, 2012 that lays the groundwork for the New International Trade Crossing, a move that positions Michigan to thrive in the global economy while protecting the state from shouldering the project’s costs.
The NITC will provide a modern, strategically located bridge between Detroit and Windsor that is vital to enhancing the $70 billion-a-year trade relationship between Michigan and Canada. It will generate thousands of short- and long-term jobs on both sides of the border, open new trade markets, strengthen economic security and ease traffic congestion.
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To access the full agreement between Canada and Michigan regarding the New International Trade Crossing, please click here.
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