Only 41% of companies approach divestments strategically: EY
Global report shows divestments take on greater strategic importance across sectors.
Legislation aimed at removing red tape for business coming
Manufacturers will no longer be required to obtain individual export permits for some products, including steel.
Auto industry scored record sales in 2013: BMO
Third consecutive year of growth at 1.74 million units, up 10% since 2011.
Does Canada really have the best record on job creation in the G7?
The answer would be no, according to OECD data.
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Tories cancel outside consultant to help auto industry in free trade talks
Industry Minister’s spokesman says not approved by Moore’s office; more than enough civil servants to do the job
Critics say plans to increase exports of LNG could accelerate fracking boom
Approving liquefied natural gas exports could lead to higher prices that could harm the economy
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Oil sands buyers importing parts: Conference Board
Manufacturers are missing out on orders worth billions of dollars that are currently imported from overseas
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GM to stop making cars in Australia by 2017 and shed 2,900 jobs
Sustained strength of the Australian dollar, high costs of production, and a small population blamed.
Canada, US waste-water groups declare war on ‘flushable’ wipes
Municipalities claim they are flushing $250 million a year because of clogging issues.