CANADA: British Comeback

British investment in Canada, which slowed to a trickle after World War II. is rising again. Ontario's Minister of Planning and Development William Warrender, home from a tour of Britain, predicted last week that United Kingdom businessmen would pour as much as $150 million into Canadian industries next year, more than quadrupling their 1953 rate of investment.

After reaching a peak of $2.8 billion in 1929, total British holdings in Canada declined slowly during the 1930s, then rapidly after the outbreak of World War II as the British sold their overseas properties...

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