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October 10, 2012

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CQ

I'm not sure. I do know that Canada has a wide graveyard of former long-time domestically owned businesses while its FTA-protected cultural/ communications sector has only grown more consolidated and powerful. So too for our ever-compressing circle of banking and investments. In-between we've still had the much-heralded failures of Bre-X and Nortel while they completely dominated our Cdn stock market.

Chad

I agree about the mixed bag. Having the companies increase exports while staying in business would have been the best scenario.

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