Opposition parties still calling for House debates on Nexen, FIPA as decisions loom

The feds are finalizing two major policy decisions that could see Chinese state-owned enterprises inject billions more into the Canadian economy in the coming years.

Industry Minister Christian Paradis, NDP House Leader Nathan Cullen, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May. Opposition parties are still calling for full House debates on both CNOOC’s $15.2-billion bid for Nexen and FIPA as the government’s decisions loom. Photographs by Jake Wright, The Hill Times

By Chris Plecash

PUBLISHED : Friday, Nov. 23, 2012 11:05 PM

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