Re-energizing Canada’s International Trade Webinar

The Conference Board of Canada, February 9, 2010
Recorded Webinar
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This recorded webinar examines why Canada’s international trade cannot be taken for granted. Global trade can be expected to rebound as the recovery takes hold and demand resumes.

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This recorded webinar examines why Canada’s international trade cannot be taken for granted. Global trade can be expected to rebound as the recovery takes hold and demand resumes. But recovery does not necessarily spell future trade success for Canada. Anne Park Shannon, former ADM Economic Development Policy, Finance Canada, focused on such ‘tools’ as a more competitive use of foreign direct investment, trade diversification outside of the U.S., a look at imports and regional and global value chains. Three shifts in policy direction are explored.

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