PM is the first sitting head of government or state to be invited to address the annual gathering of CEOs.
PM also meets with German Chancellor Angela Merkel about the Canada-European Union trade deal.
Prime Minister using time in Davos to sell the world on more than Canada’s natural resources.
Promises to open more industries to foreign investment
Report suggests lacking business investment isn’t being caused by financial limitations, but an unwillingness to do so.
Factory will export circuit breakers and telecommunications equipment.
Matched by Canadian purchases of $6 billion in foreign securities.
Ernst & Young study recommends performance improvement programs to boost efficiency.
David Johnston is upbeat about an impending visit where he hopes to continue the four decades of Canada-Sino relations.
Greentech Automotive promised to save a struggling area of Mississippi with thousands of jobs.
Manufacturing gains inhibited from faster growth by drops in production of commercial vehicles and machinery.
US-China business group says Chinese foreign investment inflows fell 4% in 2012.
May depress the value of some Canadian firms, but only moderately.
Alberta intergovernmental affairs minister says Ottawa needs to be more transparent in it’s next version of foreign investment rules.
Premier defends green energy policies despite WTO ruling that says its leaving foreign companies out of the mix