WSJ: Stars and Maple Leaves? Author Lays Out US-Canada Merger Models
Think of it as the merger to end all mergers.
Canada and the U.S. are already closely connected economically and culturally, and share many of the same values and the longest undefended border in the world.
But they also face big challenges in a rapidly changing world where the balance of economic power is shifting away from advanced economies and toward emerging market giants.
So perhaps the two countries should borrow a page from the world of business and merge.
That’s the suggestion journalist and author Diane Francis — a dual citizen of Canada and the U.S. who identifies herself as a small “c” conservative — makes in a new book titled “Merger of the Century.”
Read the full post in The Wall Street Journal.