the Canucks aren't that stupid, they know that the US got screwed, all the money that they "paid back" was nothing more than a shell game
I bet it's in no small part that the Canadian Corporate Tax rate averages around 16.5%. In comparison, ours more then doubles it at 34.6%
Gives businesses a strong incentive to develop there, instead of here.
Seems they are paying attention.Unlike with the shares owed by the U.S. government, the company has no right to compel the Canadian government to sell.
Flaherty said Ottawa will wait to see how the stock transfer process unfolds in the United States before deciding whether Canada will also sell its shares
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