Steel, aluminum tariffs impacting one third of Canadian exporters: poll
Tariffs and fear of protectionism are negatively impacting exporters, but USMCA has improved business sentiment.
No quick fix for Canadian trade diversification
Most exporters are small with few resources for capacity building or market expansion.
Exporters urging Ottawa to undo uneven application of Russian sanctions
OTTAWA — Canadian exporters with long histories of doing…
Canada and UK take on Boeing at US trade tribunal hearing
Will detail why potential duties of up to 300% on Bombardier’s C-Series jet are illegitimate.
Exporters feel pessimistic on NAFTA uncertainty, seeking new solutions
Several are contemplating strategies including moving operations south of the border.
EDC, Chinese bank promoting renminbi in trade
Could save Canadian exporters as much as $2.8 billion in transaction costs over a decade.
Aeryon Labs takes top prize at Ontario Export Awards
Christie Digital Systems awarded export leadership prize at first annual Ontario event.
Exporters need to fill Canada’s economic void, Poloz says
Bank of Canada governor says companies that pulled through the recession need to expand.
Global risks could affect growth in Atlantic Canada: think tank
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council predicts modest economic gains in 2015.
Change tax system to reward all exporters: Deloitte
Small business is the focus now, but growth companies should also benefit.
Pros and cons of the South Korea deal.
Weaker loonie hurts more than it helps: Fraser Institute
Commentary says it triggers higher domestic prices, plus higher importing and financing costs.
Atlantic exporters should benefit from US recovery in 2014: report
Housing starts in the US, expected to increase by about 25% next year, should benefit Atlantic lumber producers.
Canada’s exporters are stuck in neutral
They’re not tapping vast emerging market potential, according to a CIBC report.
Is there a labour shortage in Canada?
Reports suggest evidence is skimpy and selective.
Economy will do better than current expectations: RBC
But the loonie will remain below parity for next two years.
US fiscal woes a drag on Beyond the Border progress
US fiscal woes a drag on Beyond the Border progress.
Exports to grow 5% this year and 6% more in 2013: EDC
A 97-cent loonie in 2013 offers exporters a bit of a reprieve.
Slow growth the real drag on Canadian productivity: Deloitte
Companies not investing enough in their businesses, government policies encourage them to remain small.
Fewer US orders: Manufacturers sitting on cash
Canadian manufacturers and exporters are holding back on hiring new workers and making new investments as they cope with fewer orders from the US.
Private companies hot on growth, despite slump
The threat of a global economic slump hasn’t cooled the confidence of Canadian private companies, according to global consulting company PwC’s insights survey; in fact, they’re hotter than ever for growth and expansion.
Why Americans need Canadian oil
Given US dependence on imported oil, Americans must clearly understand who their human rights-respecting friends are.
Exports lost a little confidence in fall 2010
Canadian exporters are less confident about their near-term prospects than they were last spring, according to Export Development Canada’s Trade Confidence Index.