Mission Possible: Stellar Canadian Performance in the Global Economy

The Conference Board of Canada, 144 pages, January 17, 2007
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This volume looks at the dominant forces reshaping the global economy; analyzes Canada’s slipping performance and its potential in adapting to these forces; and outlines five strategies for achieving sustainable prosperity.

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The Canadian economy ranks among the best in the world; however, we are stalling or losing ground in areas critical to our ability to compete in a rapidly changing global economy. Declining or comparatively slower growth in per capita income, productivity, exports of value-added goods and services, and innovation are indicators of our diminishing capacity to achieve sustainable prosperity in the increasingly integrated global economy. This volume of Mission Possible: Sustainable Prosperity for Canada focuses on the investments, strategies and priorities that will improve our productivity and our competitiveness. It takes a comprehensive look at the dominant forces reshaping the global economy; assesses Canada’s performance and potential in adapting to these forces; and outlines five strategies for positioning Canada to remain among the top nations. It offers a blueprint for building a new era of economic prosperity through policies and practices rooted in long-term sustainability and success.

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Related Service: The International Trade and Investment Centre

The Canada Project has focused national attention on trade and investment as one of the priority issues affecting Canada’s prosperity and position in North America and the world. We are pleased to announce that work in this area is continuing through the Conference Board of Canada's new International Trade and Investment Centre. The Centre aims to help Canadian leaders and the public better understand what global economic dynamics mean for business strategies and public policies. The Centre conducts original, independent research on the ongoing restructuring of global production, draws out business and policy implications from this and others’ research, and promotes informed dialogue on trade and investment issues. The Centre's members come from both the public and private sectors. To join or find out more about the Centre, visit our web site or contact:

Louis Thériault,
Director, International Trade and Investment Centre
Tel: (418) 692-3582 Email: theriault@conferenceboard.ca

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