This report is the first of two publications that assess Canadian opportunities in China. The report’s specific contribution to the series is to examine Chinese demand for goods and services and the country’s openness to foreign engagement.
This briefing is the second of two publications assessing Canadian opportunities in China. It evaluates the Canadian industries best positioned to respond to rising Chinese demand for goods and services, based on their global competitiveness and capacity.
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.
This report identifies Canada’s top 25 most important future global markets by developing two indexes—Country Potential Index and Canadian Engagement Index—and determining the countries that rank highest on both.
This briefing examines the dramatic changes in the global economy in recent decades, the forces behind them, and the policy response that would best position Canadian firms and the entire economy to take advantage of the opportunities presented.
Numerous winning strategies are available to large corporations and SMEs in Quebec seeking integration into the European market—in particular: targeting specific regions, exporting high value added goods or services, and constant innovation.
This publication includes an English Executive Summary, followed by a French version of the full report.
This report identifies which of 38 Canadian industries are poised for success in the new trade era that is characterized by lower commodity prices, a lower-valued Canadian dollar, and a rebound in U.S. demand.
High-value business services are in global demand. This report, the third in a series, looks at how Canada can position itself as a high-value business services superpower.
This briefing identifies—based on economic and business criteria—four European country groupings, each presenting pros and cons for Canadian businesses.
This is the second report in a research series on services in Canada’s global commerce picture. It uses newly available data to quantify and analyze the value that services add to the competitiveness of Canada’s exported goods.
This briefing aims to assess the impact that tariff elimination under the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement could have on Canada’s key goods exports.