Canada ‘not for sale,’ says Prentice
Federal government ponders national security test for foreign takeovers of firms by state-owned enterprises, welcomes outside investment
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After less than two years in office, the Canadian government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, while preaching the importance of foreign investment, is being forced to follow the lead of other developed nations who are curbing the entry of state-owned companies into their economies.
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Government won’t delay action
TAQA a concern
TAQA plans ‘aggressive growth’
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