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The Conference Board’s Global Commerce Centre helps business and government leaders respond effectively to the rapidly changing global business operating environment.

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NAFTA Termination? Canada’s Proactive Strategy

blog, January 2018




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Time to hit reset on Canadian trade negotiations with Asia

originally published in The Globe and Mail, December 2017



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The cost of pollution is much higher than we think

originally published in The Globe and Mail, December 2017



More News

Canadian Outlook with the Chief Economist: A Slowdown in Store, webinar, December 2017

The right policy responses to the forces of disruptionoriginally published in The Globe and Mail, November 2017

Gender equality is a welcome addition to trade agreementsoriginally published in The Globe and Mail, November 2017

Low-carbon economy will not be made by policy alone, originally published in The Globe and Mail, November 2017

What could disrupt the global economy’s growth path?, originally published in The Globe and Mail, October 2017

The NAFTA Disconnect: Actual Costs and Benefits Versus Popular Perceptions, webinar, October 2017  

Spotlight on NAFTA 2.0

How will supply management play into an updated North American trade deal? View the video for details. 


 

Events

The Global Commerce Centre events are open to members and invited guests. Contact us for details on becoming a member.

Webinars

Canadian Outlook with the Chief Economist: Tough Decisions Come Due in 2018, live webinar, March 22, 2018 at 2:00 PM EDT

After NAFTA: The Potential Economic Impact for Canada, live webinar, March 8, 2018 at 2:00 PM EDT

Sour Milk? Dairy Supply Management and Implications for NAFTA Negotiations, recorded webinar, January 23, 2018 at 2:00 pm EDT



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