When I think of Canada spying on Brazil the first name that comes to mind is Embraer. The second is Bombardier.
The Canadian aircraft manufacturer and its Brazilian counterpart have been intense rivals for many years. Both are now trying to move up-market into territory normally the preserve of Boeing and Airbus.
If Canada was going to conduct commercial espionage against Brazil, is it conceivable that Embraer would not be a prime target? We may not have long to wait before getting the answer.
Muckraking journalist Glen Greenwald says there is plenty more to come on this Canada-Brazil spy scandal.
In the interview on CBC Radio, Greenwald said he "absolutely" has "a lot more" to report on spying by Canada.
"There's a lot of other documents about Canadians spying on ordinary citizens, on allied governments, on the world, and their co-operation with the United States government, and the nature of that co-operation that I think most Canadian citizens will find quite surprising, if not shocking, because it's all done in secret and Canadians are not aware of it," Greenwald said.
"...obviously Canada is not expending enormous amounts of money to create a spying system that doesn't produce any valuable secrets. And ... even in this document, they express satisfaction in the results of their efforts and so I think it's fair to infer even just from this document that they reaped benefits from this."
Asked whether he has documents discussing specific companies, Greenwald again declined to comment.
"I'm just not going to talk about what's coming until it's ready," he told Off.
Harper, meanwhile, has told reporters that he's "very disturbed" by the revelations which is Harper code for he's very pissed that the information leaked out - just like Duffy-Wright.