The Canadian Press

1992-01-20 | Piper

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After being wooed by several provinces, the financially troubled Piper Aircraft Corporation of Florida announced a deal to move to Saskatchewan. The move would be financed by the Saskatchewan government, Piper and a group of investors led by Ohio-based Cyrus Eaton and Harvard Developments of Regina. Piper president Stuart Millar said his company was being forced to move to Canada because of the staggering cost of liability claims in the US. (The deal fell apart in early May when Piper withdrew its offer to sell its assets to the Saskatchewan group. Negotiations continued with the consortium and a BC group trying to bring the company to Kelowna.)

Date: 1992-01-20
Placeline: Regina, SK, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 24 seconds

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Clip ID: 19920120CPCN002