Foreign Ownership in Canada
This paper answers three questions on foreign ownership and takeovers, the WTO and the Council of Canadians.
# 134033 | 2,250 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2007 |
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Political Science (Lobbyists and Pressure Groups) , Canadian Studies (Government and Government Policy) , Canadian Studies (Economics and Finance)
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This paper provides responses to fixed questions employing course materials. The paper provides a discussion of the need for regulated foreign investment in particular sectors and strong rules affecting proposed foreign takeovers and also discusses the WTO and Canadian experience of trade agreements. The paper then explores the Council of Canadians as an example of an effective public interest group addressing caution to do with foreign takeovers among other issues related to sovereignty and control.
From the Paper:"The rules governing foreign ownership in Canada need to be maintained, according to Dominic D'Alessandro of Manulife Financial, and regulation should increase concerning `sensitive' sectors that pertain to natural and non-renewable resources. Other countries act to protect natural resources in particular that Canadians may take for granted, the rules less restrictive than those of the United States and certainly, European countries. The interests of governments and corporations regarding foreign takeovers..."
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