CANADA: Legislature considers Fishery Products International act
The legislature of Newfoundland will today [Tuesday] meet to debate a new version of the act governing Fishery Products International. It is likely that the restrictions applied to the province's ownership will be tightened up further. The law currently prevents any individual owning more than 15% of FPI's voting shares - it is likely that this ruling will be extended to apply to all shares.
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