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Deals 1998: a behind the scenes guide - Canada: cross-border acquisitions and exchangeable shares

Specific international agreements and general trends toward global economic consolidation mean that Canadian business is now more than ever an important part of a highly integrated north American – and increasingly globalized – economy. Nevertheless, unlike the situation in the EU, the Canadian income tax system has undergone little if any change to harmonize its application with the tax systems of its major trading partners.

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