Whether it is convincing companies to build R&D centres, factories, or corporate headquarters, Canadian governments have had a ton of success in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI). The numbers speak for themselves: Canada’s inward FDI stock reached $732 billion in 2014, an almost two-fold increase from $379 billion in 2004. Investment incentives have been on an accelerating trajectory in Canada and the US over the last few decades. In Canada, every single province has received foreign direct investments as a result of investment incentives, with Ontario and Quebec leading the way with a cumulative total of USD$1.5 billion and USD$2.1 billion received respectively between 2010 and 2015.
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