is indignant with Because of price differences between those in the United States and those of established retailers in Canada. Parity between two currencies makes these intolerable gaps. Barrie McKenna, Globe and Mail Monday, sheds new light on this debate.
He gives the example of a deodorant manufactured by Procter & Gamble in North Carolina to the Canadian market. Imagine that Canadian regulations for deodorants is different from U.S. regulations. What is good for Americans in personal hygiene would not be for us. --- Pierre Duhamel