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Booming Internet Drug Sales to Americans are a Prescription for Disaster in Canada
The Globe and Mail, 10-14-04

This article echoes the concern of the author above that reimportation is bad for Canada, but from the left’s perspective that price controls are good. The author notes that Canadians are already seeing shortages of some drugs, and that government budgets would increase if Americans were permitted to compete for scarce supplies of Canadian drugs. The author says that if Americans want Canadian prices, they should adopt Canada’s state-controlled system.


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