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Feb. 5, 2013 /CNW/ - Foreign state-owned entities have a distinct advantage over Canadian investors when it comes to takeover bids and this could be harming the Canadian economy. That is the focus of a report released today by The School of Public Policy and authored by
Jack Mintz and Vijay Jog.
The author's work centres on the "30-per-cent rule," which stipulates that Canadian registered pension funds can only hold up to a 30 per cent stake in Canadian firms. Meanwhile, foreign sovereign wealth funds or pension funds are not subject to this rule.