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Global Commerce Centre

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

What’s New

  • The Dreaded “R” Word? Not for Services!, blog, September 2015
  • Exportations: un espoir assombri par le yuan, La Presse, August 13, 2015
  • Spotlight on Services in Canada’s Global Commerce, report, August 2015
  • CETA could be huge for Canada—if companies are ready to adapt, Canadian Business, July 2015
  • Stronger Ties: CETA Tariff Elimination and the Impact on Canadian Exports, report, July 2015
  • TPP Is Key for a Services Superpower Like Canada, blog, July 2015
  • Why just sell a jet when you can also sell service contracts?, The Globe and Mail, June 2, 2015
  • Testimonial

    “The Centre fosters engagement between public and private sectors, informed by excellent research, to address challenges and grow Canada’s global footprint.”

    —Ailish Campbell, Vice President, Policy, International and Fiscal Issues,
    Canadian Council of Chief Executives

    Upcoming Events

    Fall Members Meeting

    November 19–20, 2015 in Ottawa
    Preparing for the Next Trade Era

    Upcoming Webinars

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    Photo of Jacqueline Palladini speaking
    Jacqueline Palladini discusses how, why and where services are traded abroad.

    Photo of Danielle Goldfarb speaking
    Danielle Goldfarb discusses the impact that tariff elimination under CETA could have on Canada’s key goods exports.

    Photo of Jacqueline Palladini speaking
    Jacqueline Palladini discusses Canada selling services trade to the world.

    Photo of Danielle Goldfarb and Brent Dowdall speaking
    Danielle Goldfarb discusses the characteristics and strategies that have led to past success for Canadian companies in the EU.

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