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Liaisons globales : tendances à long terme de l'investissement étranger et du contrôle étranger au Canada, 1960 à 2000


  • Baldwin, John R. Gellatly, Guy


La présente étude expose les grands changements observés au chapitre de la propriété étrangère au Canada ces quarante dernières années. On y utilise plusieurs sources de données complémentaires produites par Statistique Canada afin d'analyser l'importance de la propriété étrangère au Canada. Au cours de cette période de quarante ans, il y a eu d'abord un repli, puis une remontée, des activités menées par les multinationales étrangères au Canada. Le repli survenu au cours de cette période, qui était associé à une réglementation rigoureuse de l'investissement étranger, a pu être observé dans la plupart des secteurs mais a été particulièrement marqué dans le secteur des mines et de l'énergie. La reprise, qui a fait suite à une libéralisation de la réglementation, a également été généralisée, quoique plusieurs secteurs, notamment ceux à vocation scientifique et le secteur de l'énergie, aient fait exception.

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  • Baldwin, John R. Gellatly, Guy, 2005. "Liaisons globales : tendances à long terme de l'investissement étranger et du contrôle étranger au Canada, 1960 à 2000," L'économie canadienne en transition 2005008f, Statistics Canada, Division de l'analyse économique.
  • Handle: RePEc:stc:stcp1f:2005008f

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