Canada told: change your copyright laws or get no business from the U.S.

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Wed, Dec 9th, 2009 14:00 by capnasty NEWS

Canadian firms are getting shut out south of the border as they bid on the billions in infrastructure contracts being awarded across the country to inject some life into the struggling U.S. economy; however, Scotty Greenwood, who is the executive-director of the Washington-based Canadian American Business Council, said that Canada could solve the impasse immediately by addressing concerns that Canada is a haven for illegal piracy of copyrighted music, movies and other digital media.

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