(Business in Vancouver)
Canadians have differing levels of comfort with foreign direct investment, depending on which country is doing the investing, an annual poll from the Asia Pacific Foundation has found.
The survey results showed high levels of support for investment from Japan, South Korea and India, as well as the United States.
But Canadians were more nervous about foreign direct investment from China, with 49% saying they did not support investment from the world’s second largest economy compared to 42% who answered positively. Click here to read more.
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