A review of the Investment Canada Act is necessary

Prime Minister Stephen Harper finally admitted in Toronto on March 30 what many had begun to suspect: His government has no plan to review the Investment Canada Act. No clarifications of the "net benefit" test. No plan to add transparency to the decision-making process.

Published: Wednesday, 04/06/2011 12:00 am EDT

Prime Minister Stephen Harper finally admitted in Toronto on March 30 what many had begun to suspect: His government has no plan to review the Investment Canada Act. No clarifications of the "net benefit" test. No plan to add transparency to the decision-making process.

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