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Canadian Interactive Trade Forecast Reports

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Trade Trends in 2017: Challenges and Opportunities for Canada’s Trade Relationships

Canada faces a dramatically changed global economic and business context. The Canadian economy is now characterized by weak domestic growth, uncertainty over the direction of the U.S. economy, and moderating but steady growth in emerging markets.

Danielle Goldfarb will provide an overview of The Conference Board of Canada’s outlook on the key trends emerging in Canada’s trade.

Webinar participants will receive a copy of the Conference Board’s publication: What will Canada’s Trade Look Like in 2020? Canada’s Export and Import Forecast by Main Trading Partners and the opportunity to learn more about the Canadian Interactive Trade Forecast. The Interactive Trade Forecast provides interactive charts which portrays trends in Canadian exports and imports by country and type of traded goods and services.

Recorded Webinar | December 2016 | Danielle Goldfarb | The Conference Board of Canada

Canadian Interactive Trade Forecast: 2016

The Interactive Trade Forecast is a web-based tool allowing users to visualize our five-year forecast for Canadian exports and imports, broken down into nine regions and 22 products. The tool is composed of five charts that can be customized to show individual times series, growth rates, and product and country shares. Moreover, users can directly download the data underlying each chart in a csv format.

Website | October 2016 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Canadian Trade Forecast by Main Trading Partners: What Will Canada’s Trade Look Like in 2020?

This briefing provides an overview of The Conference Board of Canada’s outlook for Canadian exports and imports, focusing on its main trading partners—the U.S., the European Union (excluding the United Kingdom), the U.K., and China. The briefing expands on the long-standing forecast by industry, as found in our Canadian Outlook.

For interactive charts representing the detailed forecast of Canadian exports and imports by country and type of traded goods and services, you can access The Conference Board of Canada’s Interactive Trade Forecast page.

Briefing | 13 pages | October 2016 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Canadian Interactive Trade Forecast—2015

The Interactive Trade Forecast is a web-based tool allowing users to visualize our five-year forecast for Canadian exports and imports, broken down into nine regions and 22 products. The tool is composed of five charts that can be customized to show individual times series, growth rates, and product and country shares. Moreover, users can directly download the data underlying each chart in a csv format.

Website | October 2015 | Kristelle Audet | The Conference Board of Canada

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