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Tories target cross-border price gap with Competition Bureau bill | The Globe and Mail

This country’s competition watchdog will be granted new powers to compel testimony from executives at Canadian affiliates of foreign companies as part of the Conservative government’s push to narrow the price gap between goods sold in Canada and the United States.

Industry Minister James Moore announced details of legislation Tuesday giving the Commissioner of Competition, who helms the federal Competition Bureau, tools that can be used to pressure companies to cut the sticker price on items sold in Canada.

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