Can. Backstop Funding May Not Be Needed, Says Finance Minister

Jim Flaherty, Canada’s finance minister, says he does not expect the proposed C$32 billion ($26.38 billion) asset-backed commercial paper restructuring plan will need the government funding it has been promised.

  • 05 Jan 2009
Jim Flaherty, Canada’s finance minister, says he does not expect the proposed C$32 billion ($26.38 billion) asset-backed commercial paper restructuring plan will need the government funding it has been promised. Flaherty made his statement after the Canadian federal government and the provincial governments of Alberta, Ontario and Quebec ...

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