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Dramatic Changes To Canada´s Competition And Foreign Investment Review Laws Proposed In Bill C-10
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservative Government has followed through with pre-election promises to amend Canada’s competition and foreign investment laws.1 On February 6th, Bill C-10, An Act to implement certain provisions of the budget tabled in Parliament on January 27, 2009 and related fiscal measures, was tabled in the House of Commons and proposes fundamental changes to the Competition Act and Investment Canada Act.
Canada
 
11 Feb 2009
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Antitrust/Competition & Marketing 2007 Year In Review
On December 14, 2007, a consent agreement between the Commissioner of Competition and Akzo Nobel N.V. was filed with the Competition Tribunal, which provides for the divestiture of certain paint brands and other assets following Akzo’s acquisition of Imperial Chemical Industries PLC. Netherlands-based Akzo owns and sells a number of paint brands in Canada, including Sico, Para, Bétonel and Crown Diamond.
Canada
 
6 Mar 2008
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Whither Foreign Investment in Canada? - The First Shoe Drops
In our October 2007 Bulletin, we reported that the Honourable Jim Prentice, Minister of Industry, had announced in a speech to the Vancouver Board of Trade that he intended to deal with the issue of national security in the context of foreign investment in Canada and that he would also be addressing specifically the issue of investment in Canada by state-owned enterprises ("SOEs").
Canada
7 Jan 2008
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Whither Foreign Investment In Canada?
In 1985, the Investment Canada Act (“ICA”) was enacted, replacing the Foreign Investment Review Act. The enactment of the ICA ushered in a period, which continues to this day, in which foreign investment has been welcomed in all but a few protected sectors.
Canada
26 Oct 2007
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