Free Trade and Canadian-Owned Capital
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In this article, the writer looks at how free trade has affected Canadian-owned capital. In particular, the writer discusses the historic patterns of Canadian-owned investment capital since the middle of the last century and also explores how investment patterns were impacted by the arrival of the Free Trade Agreement. The writer analyzes the issue of industries in receipt of Canadian investment capital and concludes that due mainly to free trade Canadian-owned capital will become more internationalized.
From the Paper:"Specifically, the paper delves into which industries appear to be receiving Canadian investment capital, which ones are not, if that investment capital is staying in Canada, who among Canadian investment capital owners appear to be benefiting from the free trade regime, and what the future holds for Canadian-owned capital and those who determine to which ends it is put. In the final analysis, the only conclusion which can be drawn is that Canadian-owned capital, largely because of free trade, will become more internationalized, more concentrated in service sectors, and more aggressively invested."
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