Virus pummels global economy, jobs even without second wave
Best-case scenario with no second wave of infections, OECD forecasts a global drop in economic output of 6% this year, and a rise of 2.8% next year.
Mining companies moving towards stakeholder capitalism: KPMG
Canadian companies identified access to capital as one of their top three risks.
Making it here and taking it global, despite trade uncertainty
Understand the risks and mitigate them through diversification.
As global economic picture dims, solutions seem out of reach
Partly reflects US President Donald Trump’s combative trade conflicts with China and other countries.
Global economy at stage where stimulus can be ‘steadily withdrawn’: Poloz
Bank of Canada signals it will gradually raise benchmark interest rate from its current level of 1.75% to between 2.5% and 3.5%.
Asian leaders fault US, say open trade best growth option
Protectionist measures are undermining the rules-based multilateral trade, posing a serious hazard for the world’s economy.
How Trump’s tariffs are much bigger than Trump
Be prepared for digital economic nationalism, which is displacing liberal-internationalist globalization.
Bombardier sticking with regional aircraft, won’t guarantee Q400 jobs in Toronto
Will continue to operate from Downsview for up to three years, with two optional one-year extension periods.
Trade wars are good, and easy to win: Trump
Tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum threatens a global trade fracas.
Our automotive future: Global CEOs identify the leading trends
A KPMG study looks at where automotive executives think the industry is going.
BRICS meeting highlights climate change, trade, terrorism
Five countries further aligning views on key issues as Trump withdraws the US from multilateral arrangements.
Countries should help those hurt by free trade: Report
The IMF, WTO and World Bank suggest making it easier for people to switch careers or move where jobs are.
Two reports point to need for energy shift to start now
Unparalleled ramp-up of low carbon technologies in all countries to keep temperature increases below 2 degrees C.
Global auto sales continue to strengthen in 2017: Scotiabank
Luxury cars and trucks post double-digit advances for February in Canada.
Saskatchewan, Manitoba the world’s top mining investment stops
BC, Ontario drop in global ranking over uncertainty surrounding land claims.
For global economy, Trump victory intensifies uncertainties
Analysts say he’ll will learn quickly the power of his new pulpit’ as markets respond to his pronouncements.
Don’t pit pipelines against wind turbines: Trudeau
Prime Minister tells Global clean tech conference needs to develop natural resources as part the economy “and part of our growth…”
WTO global trade deal goes back to drawing board
Disagreements over agriculture, market access and services.
CAE wins $140M in defence simulator, training contracts
Customers include US Navy, German Air Force, Polish Air force and Malaysia.
Ford building more Edges in Oakville for the global market
Automaker says it will export utility vehicle to more than 60 countries.
Global relief as US lawmakers avoid default, reopen government
IMF’s Lagarde said the shaky US economy needs more stable long-term finances.
Global economy struggling to grow at 2.2%
Developed countries to show the worst performance at around 1%.
Siemens appoints chief Joe Kaeser as CEO
Replacing Peter Loescher after missed profits targets.
Global vehicle sales and production surge
Canadian sales on track for 1.69 million units in 2013.
Global auto assembly investments down by a third: OAVR
Dollars going to Canadian production in 2012 far behind Mexico.
Manufacturing confidence outpaces other sectors
But we need to be more sophisticated about trade with the US: Grant Thornton.
Emerging market challengers outpacing Western multinationals
BCG report says they’re spending $1.7 trillion a year to fuel growth.
NA CFOs increasingly gloomy about the economy
Deloitte Signals Survey says optimism fell the most among Canadians.
Deloitte CFO Signals Survey highlights
Fiscal cliff was most worrisome risk, revenue growth the top challenge.
VistaJet goes Global with $7.8B order
Bombardier jets will make business travel to emerging markets more accessible.
Global weakness means slow growth for Canada: OECD
Economic development organization projects Canadian growth of only 1.8% in 2013.
Bombardier, CAE establish new joint training centre in Amsterdam
Will provide maintenance and pilot instruction for business jets in Europe.