Canada Is Missing Out On Global Capital Market Integration
AbstractRecent foreign takeovers of significant companies, including Alcan, Falconbridge, Inco, and Four Seasons Hotels, have grabbed Canadians’ attention, raising fresh worries over whether Canada is being “hollowed out.” Does the pace of foreign direct investment threaten our economic independence?
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Length: 6 pages
Date of creation: Aug 2007
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Publication status: Published on C.D. Howe website, August 2007
international policy; capital markets;
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