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More 'value-added' exports for forestry products hardly possible or desirable

It's a long-standing call of unions and industrial planners in Canada that the key to future prosperity is to export fewer natural resources by keeping them in Canada for processing and then shipping exports with more "value added."

Forestry products are a regular target for this vision, where government fiat would displace market forces in determining our exports.

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Source: The Vancouver Sun

It’s a long-standing call of unions and industrial planners in Canada that the key to future prosperity is to export fewer natural resources by keeping them in Canada for processing and then shipping exports with more “value added.”

Forestry products are a regular target for this vision, where government fiat would displace market forces in determining our exports.

 
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