Global business leaders are showing the lowest annual increase in stress levels since 2005 – except in Canada, according to a global study by the Grant Thornton consulting firm.
Bombardier has lifted the veil on China Express Airlines, the undisclosed Chinese customer in a previously announced CRJ900 NextGen sale worth up to $491 million.
Canada’s global trade presence may not be all it’s cracked up to be, according to a Conference Board of Canada study.
Canada’s position among global innovators is an ironic one. A recent World Economic Forum report on global competitiveness ranked us 12th out of 142 countries.
Global vehicle production is re-energizing the global economy according to a Scotia Economics report that says vehicle production will continue to strengthen in coming months with North America, Japan and other nations in Asia being the main beneficiaries.
Avior Integrated Products Inc. plans to create 30 new jobs in Quebec after the private company won a $40 million contract to build structural components for Bombardier Aerospace.
The results of a recent survey in the Greater Toronto Area shows there are benefits to hiring skilled immigrants for manufacturers that do business abroad.
Trade diplomats expressed pessimism about prospects for a new global free trade pact, after admitting that their negotiations in recent months have failed to break the impasse between rich and poor countries.
Currency risk management will mitigate the negative effects of adverse movements in foreign exchange markets.
Jonathan Emord is an American attorney who practices constitutional and administrative law and is the Washington columnist for Troy Media. Photo: Troy Media Economists are concerned that fiscal policies in the US producing an ever-growing debt atop high unemployment levels…
An operator at Ford’s Bridgend, UK engine plant monitors progress on a flexible assembly line. Photo: Ford After a very tough 2009 for the global automotive industry, senior executives see stabilization over the next five years. There’s growth and new…