Bombardier Begs For Money and Succeeds (of course)

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Posted by Michael Campbell

on Wednesday, 08 February 2017 20:44

It's only the 82nd time the taxpayers are going to bail out Bombardier, this time for $375 million taxpayer dollars. Tax Free Too! Bombardier, a company with such poor credit no bank would lend to it, what are the chances they'll pay taxpayers back? Corporate welfare or cronyism, eiher way its a bundle of money at risk.  Meanwhile Canada's supply management system is on the negotiating table in Washington.

...speaking of good investments: Amazing Gains on Jeff Olin's of Vision Opportunity Fund


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