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Presentation: Recent Developments in Foreign Investment Review

Auteur : Mark C. Katz

Disponible en anglais seulement.

The Investment Canada Act (ICA) authorizes the Canadian government to review certain investments by non-Canadians in Canadian businesses.

This presentation authored by Mark Katz discusses recent development affecting the two major foci of ICA review, “net benefit” and “national security” as they relate to investment by state-own enterprises. It will be delivered by on March 28, 2014 as part of the Commons Institute International Trade Law and Regulation conference.

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