OTTAWA — The federal government is weighing new measures to counter what it considers economic threats to Canada’s national security from foreign states and other hostile actors, The Logic has learned. That could include imposing new requirements for foreign investments and takeovers, stepping in with capital for firms developing sensitive technologies, and curbing exports to some foreign buyers.
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