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OCT 19, 2013 - San Francisco Chronicle

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The government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper wants to eliminate the gap between the sticker price of brand-name goods sold in Canada and the U.S. His administration will target frustration at the premium Canadian consumers pay for a range of goods - garden tools, books, cars - compared with what Americans pay - as much as 35 percent higher for the same products. The government blames what retail experts call "country pricing," where manufacturers or suppliers charge retailers in Canada a higher price for goods than what U.S. retailers pay. An earthquake with energy equivalent to "32 ... Read More

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