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World dignitaries are eyeing Canadian Province of Manitoba for Investments.

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EU diplomats and other EU investors along with counterparts from Latin America have been recently eyeing Canada for further investments due to the uptick in land value in Europe, and lack of agricultural space, and appropriate zoning. Many local EU companies and multinational, catering services and products raging within the realm of alimentary goods, are indeed presently seeing the potential of investing in Canadian soil, for production, harvesting, infrastructure, and depot centres. Perhaps due to its high taxation system or its strict foreign investment structure, Canada has never fared well with foreign investors as it was noted by Carlos Rosario Minister Counsellor and Head of Economic Affairs of Portugal in El Prat Barcelona. In turn, it should not be surprising to some that the new target specifically surrounds First Nation Aboriginal lands because of the autonomy that many of these regional nations possess over their territory. This shift was done recently in hope to grasp a better deal, one that may be more befitting for foreign investment strategies in the North American country. In this sense, states such as Spain, the Dominican Republic, Venezuela and Germany are presently on the drawing board while simultaneously in contact with academics drafting the most appropriate way to approach diplomatically and open this new door of dialogue and investments between diplomats and Canadian Aboriginal governance.

Moazzam Khan

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